The next installment of the Japanese firm’s electrified product offensive takes shape with the premiere of the new nissan X-Trail 2023 fourth generation. Nearly seven million units of the X-Trail have been sold worldwide, making it one of the most popular family adventure vehicles in the world.
For this new iteration, nissan It has built on the DNA found in the previous three generations of the X-Trail: muscular design, flexible utility and advanced all-wheel drive capabilities. Showcasing advanced engineering, innovation and advanced technology, the new X-Trail built on the Alliance CMF-C platform will be available with five and seven seater.
Nissan DNA in Design
Its design transmits solidity and robustness, without being aggressive. The exterior stands out for the exclusive Nissan design elementslike the floating roof and V-motion grille. The frontal appearance is framed by striking headlamps that appear molded within the bodywork of the front bumper, with combination daytime running lights and indicators located along the hood’s closing line.
From the side, the powerful arches of the wheel at the front and rear give the X-Trail presence on the road; while at the base of the doors, an inset feature brings a sense of fluidity to the transparent door surfaces. The shape of the C-pillar is reminiscent of a dolphin finbringing tension to the rear where wraparound lights complete the rear three-quarter look.
From behind, a horizontal line is taught just above and below the plate. tuition. Split taillights ensure a wide opening for the trunk. A silver panel curves below the rear bumper, reflecting the X-Trail’s adventurous character. Key aerodynamic features include baffles tires “3D” in the lower front fascia.
Also missing is an active grille shutter to control airflow into the engine compartment, the special shape of the A-pillar, underbody covers to manage airflow, and a unique “air curtain,” which directs the airflow from the front to the sides. There will be 10 body colors with five two-tone combinationscreating 15 variations to choose from.
Technology and versatility in the 2023 Nissan X-Trail
The cabin of Nissan X-Trail 2023 has more quality, a distinctive design and improved ease of use. There are new materials premium and optimized smart features. A new white LED ambient lighting is also missing. In terms of design and ergonomics, the new X-Trail has simple and intuitive climate controls.
They are complemented by buttons that control center display functions such as audio and navigation. the cfloating center console features electronic shifter, drive mode selector and dual cup holders. To them is added the 15w wireless charging platform to smartphone. The infotainment system now has a 12.3-inch screen with higher resolution.
Includes connected features, Android Auto, Apple Car Play wireless and Wi-Fi. Added to this is a new customizable 12.3-inch digital instrumentation. It is controlled from a new touch switch on the steering wheel and is complemented by a Head Up Display 10.8 inches. The interior storage space stands out, which has been considerably expanded.
Also, the rear passenger doors open nearly 90 degrees. The second row of seats splits in a 60:40 configuration and we find a trunk access hatch. It also has adjustable seat backs and slides longitudinally to maximize boot space and allow easy access to the third row of seats.
For the occupants of the second row there are various comforts, such as a USB type A and USB type C charging point; and sunshades integrated into the doors. Regarding the third row of seats, it offers space to accommodate passengers up to 1.60 meters tall. The trunk with five cubic seats 585 liters (+ 20 liters) and includes gate electric and a flexible baggage system.