Introducing the new Nissan Qashqai, reinforcing 10 years of crossover leadership

Nissan unveiled the new Qashqai crossover today at the Geneva International Motor show with significant enhancements of the car’s premium character. The upgrades focus on a contemporary new exterior design, higher levels of interior quality and improved driving performance.

New Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies have also been added, continuing Nissan’s ongoing journey towards zero emissions and zero fatalities. The new Qashqai will be available with ProPILOT autonomous drive capability. Controlling the steering, acceleration and braking in a single lane on highways, this will provide consumers with more control of their vehicle and a more confident drive, plus greater freedom when they want it, whether during heavy traffic congestion or high-speed cruising.

The New Nissan Qashqai goes on sale across Europe starting July 2017.

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sv1jbf says:

What about automatic gearbox still CVT or DSG?

keith Woodman says:

that’s no good, the steering wheel is on the wrong side


just a poor facelift
hope the prices will go down

Νικολαος Γιαννακας says:

nismo edition now…

tweakradje says:

This is the QQ2.5 and not new model. I drive QQ2 (J11) and will skip this ugly facelift. Looks like the grill has molten and dripped over the front bumper. Too much lines. Not a clean look like the 2014 J11. Wait for 2020 then for QQ3.

justin barnett says:

Make it electric

Daniel H says:

Preferisco più la j11 sembra un muso del Kadjar. Gli interni sono belli . Secondo me il j11 a il muso più bello.

mehrdad 560 pirooz says:

10 years ago why bring it back

Daniel Opx says:

brutaly bealtiful! ‘-‘

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