Nissan Revives Pulsar – Highly Innovative C Segment Hatchback Screams For A Plug
Oh Nissan….why do you continue to tease us with lust-worthy vehicles that scream plug in?
First it was the Nissan Lannia concept.
Now, it’s the Nissan Pulsar.
While the Lannia exist purely as a concept for now, the Pulsar is coming (back to Europe).
The Lannia’s exterior design screams plug in. For the Pulsar, it’s the name that implies plug in to us.
As Autocar reports:
“Nissan is to reintroduce the Pulsar model name on a new five-door hatchback that will go on sale in the Autumn as a rival for the Volkswagen Golf and Ford Focus.”
“The Japanese manufacturer has issued a teaser image of the new Nissan Pulsar, which will be built at Nissan’s factory in Barcelona, Spain.”
“The Pulsar name first appeared in 1978 and was widely used for models in Asian and Australasian markets over the course of the last four decades.”
But in this day and age, Pulsar ought to mean that the vehicle plugs in. At least that how we see it. And since Nissan says Pulsar is “highly innovative,” then a plug should be part of that innovativeness, don’t you think?
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