The new generation of pickup Nissan Frontier (Navara) will show in 2020

The new generation of pickup Nissan Frontier (Navara) will show in 2020

October 24, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

Nissan officials announced that in 2020 the next-generation Navara pickup will be presented. It was noted that the car should get a “strong appearance”, as well as the new V6 + engine, the appearance of a plug-in hybrid engine is expected.

Nissan first announced plans to introduce the model’s receiver back in March of this year – then the automaker said that work on the new generation of pickup was already in full swing. A few months later, it became known that the mid-size truck will be officially shown in September 2020 as a 2021 model year car.

 This week, rumors about the long-awaited new product were confirmed and it seems like this information even has an official character. Unfortunately, the details about when and where the premiere will take place and whether the truck will be shown at some auto show or at a separate event are not known.

 It is reported that the truck will retain “its base platform,” but will receive a substantial upgrade in terms of chassis and electrical architecture to meet current stricter safety standards. According to company representatives, this is precisely what will help the pickup to compete on equal terms with its direct rivals.

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  It is known that Japanese engineers are developing a new V6 engine, as well as a newly developed seven-speed automatic transmission and an upgraded six-speed “mechanics”. In the future there will be an electrified version of the pickup.

  According to Alfonso Albaisa, Nissan’s global vice president of design, the new Frontier (Navara) will receive a design that is “inspired by the spirit of adventure.” He also described the appearance of the truck as “strong” compared to the current version of the model.