Nissan, whose sales are declining, announced a “slimming” plan this year, and most of its European product lines will be cut. As one of the best-selling SUV models in Europe, the soon to be replaced Xiaoke has attracted much attention. According to the report, the new Xiaoke was originally planned to start production and release in 2020, but the coronavirus pandemic has hindered some of the work. Moreover, the UK has not yet reached a commercial agreement with the EU after brexit, so the Nissan Sunderland plant in the UK is unable to carry out full production at present. < / P > < p > previously exposed news shows that the new Xiaoke has begun testing in Europe. In terms of power, in addition to conventional fuel vehicles, it will also launch E-power extended version, pure electric version and plug-in hybrid version. The E-power extended range power system is composed of 1.2L engine and motor. As a reference, Nissan’s overseas version note, which uses E-power powertrain, has a 100 km comprehensive fuel consumption of only 2.9L, and the maximum range of a tank can reach 1000 km. < / P > < p > in addition, the new car will also be equipped with a 2.0L plug-in hybrid system consistent with outlander, and the transmission will match the E-CVT transmission. < / P > < p > according to foreign media, the new Xiaoke has entered the road test stage in Europe, so there is a high probability that it will be released around the end of this year, and then be launched for sale in 2021. As for the domestic version, Dongfeng Nissan is also expected to introduce domestic version in 2021. In addition, the E-power upgrade assembly has been confirmed to be domestic, so the new domestic version of Xiaoke will also launch an additional version. < / P > < p > with reference to the current Xiaoke’s positioning of RMB 154900-188900, the new car will not only compete with compact SUVs such as CR-V and RAV4, but also compete for the small SUV market such as xr-v. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure