As far as it’s concerned, Nissan Japan notes that it has a range of about 180 kilometers (about 111 miles) from its 20 kWh battery, which would make it good for daily commutes and useless for highway trips. However, 100 miles is nothing to sneeze at if all you’re doing is walking a few miles a day. Nissan also notes that a full charge using a fast charger takes about 40 minutes. Its single electric car produces 63 horsepower, which can accelerate to a speed of about 80 miles per hour, which is not too dangerous for a car that is about 11 feet long.
Nissan prices the base model Sakura at 2,333,100 yen, which translates to about $15,600, which would make it the cheapest EV to sell in the United States and the cheapest time for new cars, beating the Nissan Versa, which is priced at $16,130. To be fair, a car that can go above highway speeds and has more than 100 miles of range probably won’t sell well in the United States, but a $20,000 EV with good looks isn’t bad. something.