The team at Glenmorangie chose the award-winning Nissan Ariya as part of an initiative to move to fully electric vehicles. The model proved particularly popular when staff members were asked to choose potential candidates for their EV future, thanks to their familiarity with the Nissan brand and the confidence they had in the car’s quality and reliability.
Nissan claims the Juke Hybrid can return just over 56mpg fuel economy, while CO2 emissions range from 114 to 115g/km. This compares with the petrol-engined Juke’s 48mpg and 134g/km of CO2. We achieved 49.3 mpg average over a 500-mile test over town, country and motorway roads.
Featuring an eye-catching cherry blossom pattern, the team’s choice to incorporate Japan’s national flower in its Season 9 livery is not only a nod to the squad’s Japanese DNA, but also symbolises and celebrates a new beginning.
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