2021 Nissan X-Trail gets a Design Upgrade

Nissan X-trail SUV recently launched with the most advanced technology has unvealed its interior and exterior design to the public
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Officially called as the Nissan Rogue, Nissan X-Trail is revealed its 2021 design with some exciting features. The new mid-size SUV is sportier, bolder, and boxy-looking than the previous model.

From the images released, we can notice the Slit-like running lights sit directly beneath the hood. The Rogue’s headlamps are midway down the grille.

Front-wheel-drive cars offer three driving modes – Sport, Standard and Eco – while four-wheel-drive models even offer Off-road functionality.

Exterior

2021 Nissan X-trail

The 2021 design is smaller as compared to the previous models due to its shape.

Nissan X-trail SUV recently launched with the most advanced technology has unvealed its interior and exterior design to the public

The front grille, now more aggressive than that found on the previous generation3 Rogue, has an active grille shutter to make it more efficient. It also allows the rear doors to swing open to almost 90 degrees for easier access.

The rear has been completely redesigned to a smoother finish with clean lines.

2021 Nissan X-Trail Interior

The interior is packed with technology with the below highlights

  • 12.3-inch digital instrument panel
  • Full-color 10.8-inch head-up display
  • 9.0-inch multimedia touchscreen.

Another new tech feature is wireless Apple CarPlay, which will allow for both the driver and passenger to connect their phones to the multimedia system.

The Nissan X-Trail is a five-seater but a seven-seater option will be provided for the current model as well.

2021 Nissan X-Trail Engine

Nissan X-trail SUV recently launched with the most advanced technology has unvealed its interior and exterior design to the public

Under the bonnet, confirmed is the below

  •  2.5-liter four-cylinder petrol engine
  • 135kW of power
  • 245Nm of torque.

Safety

All Nissan X-Trail vehicles will come standard with Nissan’s Safety Shield 360 that incorporates autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, lane departure warning, high beam assist and rear automatic braking.

Nissan is also offering its ProPilot Assist mild-autonomous system as an optional extra, which features active cruise control as well as “Navi-Link”, a new feature that the brand claims uses the navigation data to predict upcoming conditions.

Due to the pandemic, the 2021 Nissan X-Trail is expected to arrive in the UAE towards the end of 2020.

Karan Bhatia
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