ALSO HYBRID – Of the three, the one closest to debut seems to be the Nissan X-Trail: the first images have already leaked (see them here) and therefore could begin by the end of 2020. Based on the CMF-C / D platform of the Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance, it has a more taut body and a mask not only wider, but also more massive and distinctive: thanks to the thick chrome frame. The horizontally developed headlights are thin, arranged on two levels. The engines will be the recent turbo petrol 1.3 and diesel 1.7, but there may also be the hybrid expected for the Renault Megane, therefore with external rechargeable batteries.
THE BESTSELLER IS RENEWED – The angular features will also be a feature of the new one Nissan Qashqai (above), among the best-selling cars from the Japanese company, whose presentation should take place at the beginning of 2021. From the video you can see that the Qasqhai will always have the prominent mask and vertically developed headlights, but the silhouette appears more slender due to the effect of the inclined rear window. It too, like the X-Trail, should be based on the CMF-C / D platform and have 1.3 petrol and 1.7 diesel engines, in addition to the plug-in hybrid system.
WILL IT BE BITURBO? – Between the end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021 should launch the new sports car Nissan 400Z (above), which from the video seems to have a more streamlined and streamlined body than the previous model, with smooth surfaces, rounded rear wheel arches and a sloping roof towards the low and “cut” tail. At first glance there seem to be various references to the 1969 240Z, such as the LED lights that draw a round. According to rumors, the 400Z should have rear-wheel drive and a 3.0-liter biturbo V6 engine with about 400 hp.
THE OTHERS – In the video there is also the electric crossover derived from the prototype Nissan Ariya (above), which will be equipped with the CMF-C / D platform in the specific version for electric cars: the sinuous body, with hollow sides, should measure approximately 460 cm in length, in line with the competitor Volkswagen ID.4. By 2023, the new generation of the Pathfinder 7-seater SUV and an electric compact model will also arrive.