NEXT STAGE: New in 2021
The new electric crossover, Nissan’s second EV, will arrive in late 2021 as one of eight new battery-powered models that are planned globally.
The Rogue-sized EV will offer up to 300 miles of driving range and be built on a new architecture. The exterior design is highlighted by prominent front fenders, rear fender flares, superslim LED headlights and a steeply raked C-pillar. The crossover ditches the conventional grille for what Nissan describes as a “shield”; in driving mode, it is illuminated to reveal Nissan’s V-motion design signature.
The crossover will debut new technologies, including a twin electric motor, an awd system and the next generation of Nissan’s hands-off automated driving system.
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