Taking center stage at the Brussels Motor Show, Nissan has unveiled its latest special edition of the Navara pick-up truck tagged as the new Nissan Navara Trek-1° which is reportedly coming out with an improved design of the already equipped vehicle. Apparently, only 1,500 units of the new pick-up truck will be released in Europe.
The gorgeous Nissan Navara Trek-1° that was introduced in the said motor show came in a black body. The new truck sports six spoke 18-inch alloy wheels with glossy black finish. It also flaunted its stylish bars with the pair of forward-facing LED spot lights placed on the top section.
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Moreover, Nissan utilized a high-grade plastic for the strong load bed cover of its truck. This also comes with a division and a bed liner. This will now provide extra security for more valuable loads.
The concept for the upcoming Nissan Navara Trek-1° was reportedly based on the Tekna truck which suggests that the new truck will also have the infotainment system integrated with built-in satellite navigation features. It is also expected to have a monitor which allows for a 360-degree round view and sensors to assist rear parking.
Driving the new truck will be more convenient as the Navara Trek-1° also comes with driver assist features like the hill descent control, forward emergency braking, and hill start assist. The driver will also be given options to have leather heated front seats with adjustable features of 8 kinds. Nissan will also offer other options for Navara Trek-1° such as the tow bar, differential lock and the power sunroof, Autoexpress reported.
The new pick up promises to be both smart and tough looking. Buyer may choose from the two striking color variants of the new truck, the pearlescent white and the metallic black models.
In another report, the name Trek-1° stems from the geographical location of the Navarre desert in northern Spain which is at negative 1-degree of longitude. Automotive World also notes that the Navara Trek-1° is currently on sale in Belgium and will soon be released across Europe in the coming weeks.