Nissan introduced the next generation Sentra sedanApril 16, 2019
A completely new version of the Nissan Sylphy sedan (aka Sentra) was introduced at the Shanghai Motor Show. Start of sales is scheduled for this year. The novelty has received significant changes.
The auto show in the Chinese city of Shanghai is in full swing, after yesterday’s debuts of several models of Volkswagen SUVs and the all-electric Aston Martin Rapide E, today we are offered to look at the updated Nissan Sylphy (aka Sentra). According to representatives of the company, this is a completely new model, which should appear in the near future in dealerships around the world.
Of the changes that have occurred with the sedan, it is worth noting a lower center of gravity, which not only positively affects the appearance of the car, but also improves its handling.
The exterior is formed around the design style, which Nissan designers describe with the words “energy” and “confidence.” The low, but “muscular” side profile and pronounced bumper give the new Sylphy a distinctive look, as well as a drag coefficient of just 0.26 (the same figure for the powerful Nissan GT-R supercar).
The interior is also almost completely revised – it now boasts a three-circuit air conditioning system and two displays – 8-inch for the infotainment system and 7-inch dashboard. The car also received the Nissan Intelligent Mobility security system, while the infotainment system offers “seamless connectivity with a smartphone and supports voice commands”.
Under the hood is what Nissan describes as a completely new intelligent Xtronic variable-drive motor. Exact technical characteristics of the motor is not reported, it is reported only that he will be able to ensure a “smooth ride”. The company’s engineers also changed the steering and suspension, and also increased the overall rigidity of the body, in order to “improve handling”. ”
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