The network showed photos of the new generation Nissan PathfinderAugust 2, 2020
The current generation was introduced in 2012 and is already in need of an update. In test trials, the SUV was dressed in a thick layer of camouflage.
Nissan is in the active phase of testing the new generation of the Nissan Pathfinder SUV. The car was spotted in road tests – photos on Saturday, August 1, shared by Carscoops. Despite the dense layer of camouflage, some conclusions can already be drawn. In particular, you can appreciate the appearance of angular shapes, like in previous versions of this car.
The design of the rear of the car will change quite a lot – the license plate is now mounted on the bumper, and not on the tailgate. According to preliminary data, there will be no return to the frame body. Photo spies managed to look into the salon of the novelty – we note the appearance of a modern infotainment complex with a large screen. There was no official information about the power plants yet, but sources report on a motor range consisting of two engines.
The first will be a 3.5-liter naturally aspirated engine, and the new Pathfinder with a 2.0-liter turbo engine will also be available.
Instead of a variator, the novelty can get a modern 9-speed automatic transmission. The official premiere of the SUV should take place at the end of this year or early next year.
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