Nissan will bring a new sedan to ShanghaiApril 4, 2019
With high probability this will be a new generation of Sylphy. The car is already ready, its photos before appeared in the Chinese editions. Outside of China, this sedan, as before, will be offered under the name Sentra.
The strongest side of the novelty will be, as expected, the design. The company promises to give Sylphy features of older models. Here we are talking about the sedans of the American Nissan line – Maxima and Altima, which look quite attractive. The key elements will be the V-motion grille, the soaring roof, the shape of the lanterns. The salon also expects significant changes, but there are still no photos.
Power equipment will be relatively modest. For Sylphy, i.e. for the Chinese market, only a 1.6-liter 137 hp gasoline engine is expected to be offered. (102 kW). Transmission – variable or “mechanics”.
It is very likely that the Sentra will get more powerful engines, but so far there is no official information.
In general, the Nissan exposition at the Shanghai Motor Show will be quite extensive, although there will be too many new items among the exhibits. They will show two concepts, the world debut of which has already taken place: IMs, demonstrated in January in Detroit and IMQ, presented in March in Geneva. The first is positioned as a “sports sedan with high ground clearance”, the second – as an experimental crossover with an original design and an electric power unit.
There will also be models created specifically for China, including sedan nissan lannia. Leaf, Tiida and GT-R will be shown, as well as Kicks, Murano, Patrol, Qashqai, Terra and X-Trail.
The Shanghai International Auto Show will run April 16-25. The first two days the exhibition will be available only to the press.
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