The new generation of the Nissan X-Trail Hybrid will be the country's first full-fledged hybrid SUV in its segment. It comes with some key updated design. It will offer comfort and convenience features as well.
The Nissan X-Trail Hybrid will continue the production based on the modular CMF architecture in line with the global version. It features more curve and looks more premium. The new hybrid has a boxy design, which comes in an attractive, stylish and mean-looking SUV. It features a Trapezoidal projector headlamp and it has a LED DRLs on the inner edges.
The Nissan signature appears at the grille with a thick chrome V-shaped bar having the Nissan logo in the center. The side of the car has a tapering window line towards the rear and a thick C-pillar typical of an SUV.
It comes with a ten-spoke alloy wheel in black machined finish look stylish. The chiseled bumpers have a new front look, which is well-designed. The ORVMs have a turn indicators mounted on it and functional roof rails have been added.
The new Nissan hybrid center console is enclosed with a piano-black finish. It is equipped with an audio system, touchscreen, auxiliary port, USB, Bluetooth and CD player. The rear appears to have two piece wrap-around tail lamps, which are sharply designed just like the headlamps. The rear spoiler is set above the rear with a stop lamp embedded in it.
The hybrid car has dimensional measures of 4,640mm in length, 1,820mm in width, and 1,715mm in height. It has a wheelbase of 2,705mm, which offers some enhanced leg room inside the cabin. The hybrid is powered by a 2.0-liter diesel engine paired to an electric motor. The powertrain produces a combining power output of 179 bhp. The hybrid motor of the vehicle is connected to a CVT gearbox.
The Nissan X-Trail Hybrid features an Active Ride Control, which is capable of scanning the road ahead and adjust the suspension accordance with the road surface. The solid three-spoke steering wheel finishes with a black and silver and it has a steering mounted controls on it.