Chinese counterpart Nissan Qashqai shows off new designJune 18, 2019
The Venucia T90 crossover, which is called the first original model of the brand, experienced a restyling. The basis of this coupe-shaped SUV at one time lay the platform of the elongated SUV Nissan Qashqai + 2 of the previous generation.
The Japanese company Nissan and the Chinese auto giant Dongfeng, who have been producing cars under the Venucia brand since 2012, have updated the Venucia T90 crossover. After restyling, the cross-coupe received a new grille, recycled bumpers, modernized head optics, which retained its recognizable geometry, as well as other taillights on LEDs. Its dimensions restyled Venucia T90 is similar to the Nissan Murano, and at its core, as before, is the “cart” from Qashqai + 2 of the previous generation.
The coupe-shaped crossover drives the two-liter petrol “aspirated” MR20 from Nissan with a 150-hp output, combined with a CVT. On the all-wheel drive system, again, speech does not go, even for an extra charge.
In the list of available options – electronic “handbrake”, ABS and ESP, modern multimedia with a large touchscreen, cameras circular video review, electric sunroof and more. The novelty will be on sale in the autumn of 2019. On the price information yet. For comparison, the “pre-reform” Venucia T90 costs Chinese car enthusiasts 109,800 – 154,800 yuan
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