Nissan electric car trend now a days in Dubai

Nissan electric car trend now a days in Dubai

The most current of a number of developments that have recently taken over the commercial vehicle industry are electric cars, and Dubai is at the forefront of this transformation. Dubai is already setting an example for all other governments to follow because it has already adopted some of the most cutting-edge concepts in the field of automobiles. Only a small number of cities in the entire world can even come close to Dubai, largely due to its residents' open-ended outlook and improved capacity for self-adaptation. According to studies, the future of the auto industry lies in environmentally beneficial strategies including a significant switch away from fossil fuels in favor of cleaner alternatives like electricity.

We won't go into detail about the benefits of owning a Nissan car for rent in Dubai because we've previously covered many of them in another post. However, if you need a fast recap, you may refer to that one as well.

This post will concentrate more on the greatest and most well-liked electric vehicles in the  UAE as well as the options that Dubai residents have as of late 2019 and their varied benefits and drawbacks. In order to determine the best options for each target market, it will assess the vehicles based on their viability, feasibility, and sustainability specifically in Dubai. Please bear in mind that one car model cannot satisfy all of the user's needs, therefore it is essential to first determine the usage for your automobile before making a final choice.

Nissan electric vehicles are currently popular

BMW i3


The BMW i3 is a B-class, 3 Series, high-roof hatchback that was one of the first electric vehicles BMW made available to the general public back in 2013. It is produced and sold by the German auto industry titans BMW. In order to minimize weight and increase power to the wheels, the majority of the car's internal structure and body were composed of CFRP (Carbon-Fiber Reinforced Plastic), making it the first mass-produced automobile in history. An extra (and optional) combustion engine is included in the i3's electric power train, which uses rear wheel drive, a single-speed transmission, and an under floor Li-ion battery pack to increase the vehicle's range while travelling long distances. However, the entire cost is increased by the quality construction and brand value.

Tesla model 3


Tesla has taken it upon themselves to reinvent how people drive cars (or how automobiles drive themselves) in the near future, making them one of the top innovators in the field of electric vehicles. It goes without saying that they are also among the market leaders for electric vehicles, having swept the globe with their fiercely competitive models like the Nissan Tesla Model 3 and the Tesla Model S. It is always a good idea to stay up to date with Tesla's latest developments in order to determine the ideal model for your needs. Tesla frequently updates its models in order to better fulfill the needs of its target market. The cheapest of the bunch, the Tesla Model 3, comes highly recommended, but if you can afford it, consider the Model S or Model X instead. The Nissan Model S and X will cost you about AED 360,000 and AED 349,125, respectively, but they are well worth it because they include all of Tesla's services and its cutting-edge technology. The Model 3 may be yours for about AED 160,000 starting price.

Hyundai Kona electric

Hyundai, a South Korean Nissan automaker, created the five-door crossover SUV known as the Kona, which was unveiled for the first time in 2017. The first fully electric subcompact crossover SUV and 2019 winner of the coveted "North American Utility Vehicle of the Year" award is the Kona Electric, also known as the Kona EV. It was first introduced in South Korea in early 2018 and then made available globally. The Kona is one of the world's most effective all-electric SUVs right now, with a 449 km range. The market now offers four versions, with costs ranging from AED70, 000 for the entry-level SE model to AED95, 000 for the top-tier luxury model.

Nissan leaf


The Leaf was originally Nissan's response to the risks facing the environment back in 2010, but after taking home awards for World Car of the Year 2011, European Car of the Year 2011, and Japan Car of the Year 2011-2012, it has now become everyone's response to the same. The Nissan Leaf, widely regarded as the best-selling electric vehicle of all time, has a range of around 241 kilometers, making it exceptionally competitive in its immediate market. The Nissan has a top speed of 150 km/h and can accelerate from 0 to 100 kmph in roughly 7.9 seconds thanks to a 40 kWh Li-ion battery pack and a synchronous electric motor with 110 kW (147 horsepower) driving the front wheels. The 2019 model's pricing hasn't been made public, but you can anticipate it to arrive on the market shortly at at least a starting price of AED 110,190. So, rent a car in Dubai and explore at your own.

Renault Zoë ze50                


Due to ongoing model updates over the years, French automotive manufacturer Renault has been quietly advancing the ranks of the electric vehicle market. With the release of the most recent Nissan electric car Renault ZOE, one of the greatest electric vehicles on the UAE market right now, the automaker is now shooting for the stars. The Renault ZOE is able to compete with and outperform some of the most competitive vehicles on the market for a reasonable AED 95,000 (the 2018 model). However, if performance is what you're after, the 2019 ZE50, the newest model in the series that is eagerly awaiting a release date, is powered by a 100kW R135 electric motor.