According to rumors, the Nissan X-Trail 2024 will be officially launched at the 2023 Los Angeles Auto Show in November.

Before the launch, the first images of the Nissan X-Trail 2024 have started to appear.

From the shared images, it can be seen that the Nissan X-Trail 2024 has been significantly upgraded in terms of exterior. The new look makes the car look more imposing and angular.

The front of the car still features Nissan’s distinctive V-Motion grille but now it is larger, accompanied by thick horizontal chrome bars. The car has a strip of daytime running lights designed to sweep backwards, below which is a LED headlight cluster integrated with a large-size air intake.

In addition, the center air vent also integrates front fog lights and a square box containing the radar. This detail suggests that the Japanese carmaker may add more active safety features (ADAS) to the Nissan X-Trail 2024.

The side of the car apparently remains unchanged compared to the previous version, with only the wheels being designed in a new style with two impressive colors.

The rear of the X-Trail 2024 is still undisclosed. However, based on some images of the test car, it can be seen that the rear bumper has been refreshed to be more suited.

As for the interior, the cabin of the X-Trail 2024 impresses with its upgraded 12.3-inch touchscreen, accompanied by a new rotary knob instead of physical buttons as before. The car’s gear lever is also more neatly designed when switching from mechanical to electronic form.

Currently, detailed information about the equipment and engine of the car is still unknown. According to rumors, the Nissan X-Trail 2024 in the US market will still be equipped with a 1.5L 4-cylinder turbocharged engine like its predecessor. This engine is paired with an Xtronic CVT continuously variable transmission.

Currently, Nissan X-Trail has ceased distribution in the Vietnamese market. However, many users are still waiting for this crossover model to return with an upgraded version and more advanced features.

TH (Tuoitrethudo)