Introducing to you the Nissan X-Trail 2022, unveiled earlier this year at the Shanghai Motor Show and giving us a taste of what’s to come.
This fourth-generation Nissan X-Trail completes Nissan’s overhaul of its SUV line-up, which started in 2019 with the Juke, followed by the updated Qashqaiand soon to hit the UK market is the brand new all-electricNissan Ariya.
Read on to find out what you can look forward to.
The hybrid power-train, referred to by Nissan as e-Power, is a system which is based around a petrol engine. The engine acts as a generator for a battery which then powers an electric motor. Its 1.5-litre turbocharged engine charges the compact battery which drives the electric motor to produce a total of 184bhp and 330Nm of torque.
The fourth-generation X-Trail completes Nissan’s refresh of its entire SUV range, which started in late 2019 with the second-generation Juke. This was followed up with the Qashqai and will shortly see the addition of a brand new all-electric model the Ariya.
Narrow LED headlight units with daytime running lights, along with a new V-Motion grille, give the front end a makeover whilst around the back the rear lights take on a shallow, more angular shape with the rear end looking much boxier than the current X-Trail.
We're still waiting for further details to be confirmed on what we can expect on the interior spec but from the images which have been revealed, the new X-Trail appers it will be along similar lines to the recently released Qashqai. It will be even more spacious than the current model and with the option of 5 or 7 seats will continue to make the X-Trail a true family car and an alternative for those who currently own, or are considering, a Skoda Kodiaq, Seat Tarraco or Peugeot 5008.
As you'd expect from Nissan, there will be an enhanced offering of driver assistance functions including Nissan's ProPILOT technology, all designed to help boost safety and provide a more enjoyable ride. You'll also find a 12.3 inch digital driver’s display along with a 10.8 inch infotainment system on the dashboard.
The new X-Trail will come with the option of having Four-Wheel-Drive capability giving it what Nissan refer to as “rugged versatility”. With it's new and improved off-road ability you'll have the option to configure the X-Trail for all conditions and all terrains including snow and ice.