Nissan will soon welcome a new X-Trail down under, with the next generation SUV sitting on a fresh platform, with improved safety equipment, better levels of capability courtesy of a new intelligent 4×4 system, and up to five distinct drive modes.
Due here in late 2022, the new X-Trail will also welcome a powerful looking exterior design, a cabin that delivers both practicality and a premium experience, and a host of new technology features.
New LED headlights, a stylish “floating” roofline, and the evolved Nissan V-Motion grille are joined by a fashion-first for the X-Trail – the ability to specify two-tone body colours.
Inside, easy-to-use technology meets easy-to-live-in space, with premium look-and-feel materials and the latest in Nissan infotainment technology. Improved safety systems will also feature on the new X-Trail as well.
Advanced Nissan Intelligent Mobility technology designed to see where you can’t, and react if you don’t will keep you and your family safe. ProPILOT semi-autonomous driving provides an extra safety layer on the road too.
When combined with a head-up display and a comprehensive suite of active safety intervention systems, the 2023 Nissan X-Trail will be Nissan’s most advanced SUV to date.
At the same time, the Japanese car maker says it will be adventure ready, thanks to an Intelligent 4×4 system with direct coupling that reacts faster than ever before, allowing for the seamless transfer of power between axles for the ultimate in stability and traction.
Hill descent control will add to its capabilities too.
A more detailed specification, and pricing, will be revealed closer to its official launch.