Nissan the very popular automobile maker is all set to utilize the demand for subcompact SUV, as the company is gearing up to unveil its new subcompact SUV called the Nissan Magnite very soon and now the company has teased its upcoming car and offers an idea about the designing language. The company will launch the car in the market of India in the second half of FY 2020-21 and the same will be unveiled in the Global market next week.
Nissan has teased the upcoming SUV and the company will launch it in the Global market on July 16 which means we are just a couple of days away from the official announcement of the vehicle. The teaser of the upcoming vehicle offers a glimpse of its front side and the same sporting a tall and wide grille, which is flanked by sleek wraparound LED headlamps.
The upcoming Nissan vehicle coming with the bold cladding on the right wheel arch and the dual-tone alloy wheels shod in tall profile rubber which will allow to fill up the wheel wells. Having said that, the detailed look will also showcase the sharp belt line which rises towards the end, and the sub-four meter SUV will be underpinned by the CMF-A+ modular platform.
Apart from this, we don’t have any other information about the upcoming Nissan SUV but we don’t need to wait much as the company will announce it officially on July 16 and at that time we can able to know more about the car.
So, let’s wait for the official announcement of the upcoming Nissan car and we would like to hear your thoughts about the vehicle and we will also love to know whether you are interested to purchase the same when it will be on the roads of India. Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for more interesting news from the world of automobiles at your fingertips.
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