New Nissan X-Trail spotted during testingDecember 12, 2019
A compact crossover 2018-2019 Nissan X-Trail model year was seen this time with even less camouflage.
In general, the new X-Trail looks like a significant departure from the conservative crossover that we are familiar with. Nissan uses a split headlamp design inspired by the Juke model, although the lower row of lamps has a more traditional shape. Nissan’s massive and aggressive V-shaped grille seems to separate the two lighting units.
The profile of the new cross is more traditional, and the design of the side window strongly resembles the previous model. The sheet metal above the rear wheels looks embossed and it looks like the taillights will have a boomerang shape, like on Murano.
The interior of the X-Trail seems to be the most substantially updated. The model has a large dashboard display, a multimedia system screen on the right with quick access buttons at the bottom. In the central area there is an electronic gearshift lever with a high-tech modern design.
Spy photos seem to showcase the ultimate variation of the Nissan X-Trail. For this reason, it is expected that it will appear sometime next year as a 2021 model and, most likely, will be offered with both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. The variator will act as a transmission. According to experts, this model will be equipped with a 4-cylinder engine from Altima with a volume of 2.5 liters with a capacity of 188 hp.
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