Nissan published official photos of the interior of the crossover MagniteAugust 4, 2020
The debut of the car will take place in the Indian car market in early 2021. After being on sale, the crossover will become the most budgetary in the brand’s model range.
Nissan is gearing up to market its new Magnite crossover. The car will be very compact and budget-friendly and is intended mainly for the Indian car market, where it will debut. After the appearance of several teasers of the new cross, Nissan decided to publish photos of the salon. Previously, the interior of the car fell into the lenses of photo spy cameras, so this move is quite justified.
The front part in many respects repeats the Renault Triber soplatform compact MPV, but at the same time has striking distinctive design features. The main feature is the black and burgundy trim, which does not at all give out a budget car in the crossover. Despite the low cost, Nissan Magnite received a modern multimedia system and a fully digital instrument panel.
It is possible that they will be available in maximum trim levels. The engine will be started from a button, and swivel washers are used to control the climate system. From the point of view of assistants, we note the presence of cruise control and all-round cameras.
There is no official confirmation of the information about the power unit of the car yet, but a 1.0-liter “aspirated” engine with 72 hp output, as well as a 1.0-liter turbo engine with a capacity of 95 hp will most likely be available.
Depending on the modification, 5-speed manual transmission, variator or “robot” can be used as a transmission. According to preliminary data, the starting configuration of the Nissan Magnite will be estimated at 525,000 rupees
In the meantime, Nissan is about to convert its popular Maxima to electricity. This should happen already in 2022. The Japanese brand is actively electrifying popular models and releasing new electric cars.
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