Browse Publications Technical Papers 2000-01-1568
2000-04-02

The Nissan Hybrid Vehicle 2000-01-1568

Technologies applied to the Nissan Tino Hybrid, marketed in March 2000, in Japan, are expected to evolve into the core powertrain technologies of the future, for the following technical advantages inherent to hybrid EVs:
  1. 1
    Regeneration of deceleration energy
  2. 2
    Motor driven propulsion at low speed, combined with power-assisted operation in the mid- and high-load ranges.
It is expected that a number of models will be introduced to the market in the future, which pursue these advantages in various forms, resulting in HEV technologies to accelerate the use of electric power for the vehicle. Fuel cell vehicles will be included in this future scenario.
In this paper, our view on the future HEV technologies will be described. In addition, the latest technologies applied to the Nissan Tino Hybrid will be introduced.

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