Nissan introduced an updated PatrolSeptember 24, 2019
The SUV got a new look and advanced active safety systems
Nissan introduced the updated Patrol. The SUV received a new design of the front of the body with a more pronounced V-shaped grille, an expanded set of equipment and safety technologies, combined under a single concept Nissan Intelligent Mobility.
The restyled Nissan Patrol is easily identified by the boomerangs of the navigation lights and the new reading of the branded V-shaped radiator grill with horizontal “fins” and massive edging. Other lanterns appeared at the stern, also with a boomerang pattern and dynamic turn signals (for the first time on a Nissan car), and a chrome plate connecting them with the model name.
Seats with a new profile and quilted leather upholstery have appeared in the Patrol interior, as well as a steering wheel covered and sewn by hand. Optional front seats can be equipped with a ventilation system and electric lumbar cushion. The modified center console now has two displays, like the Infiniti QX50: the top one is for navigation and multimedia, the bottom one is for controlling the basic functions of the car.
Patrol has expanded the list of available active security systems, united under the umbrella brand Nissan Intelligent Mobility. Emergency braking with pedestrian detection and an intelligent frontal collision warning system are new to the model.
Since the presentation of the updated Patrol took place in Dubai, so far a set of power units is known only for the Middle East market. The base engine will be a 4.0-liter V6 with a capacity of 275 hp and 394 Nm of torque, and for a fee, a 5.6-liter V8 will be offered, giving out 400 hp and 560 Nm of torque. The drive is a full All-Mode 4X with traction control mode selector. For vehicles with V8, the HBMC (Hydraulic Body Motion Control) anti-roll system is available.
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