The new Nissan Qashqai - More elegant and determined

Source: AutoMotoTV (Glomex)

As with the first two generations, the design for the new Nissan Qashqai was created at Nissan's European design studio in London. Visually, the new remains an unmistakable Qashqai - and yet looks sharper, more modern, more well-trained. Taut lines, clear surfaces and powerful shapes give it more presence on the road, while striking shoulder lines, the longer wheelbase and impressive 20-inch alloy wheels, available for the first time in this model series, add more determination. Nissan's current global design language is expressed in the details, especially the V-Motion grille and "floating roof." Compact on the outside, spacious on the inside: the new Qashqai retains the "just right" format that made its predecessors so popular. At the same time, the efficient packaging ensures that the model has an even firmer stance on the wheels and, thanks to intelligent ergonomic design, offers more space and a generous feeling of spaciousness in the interior. The wheelbase has grown by 20 mm compared with the predecessor, and the Qashqai has gained 35 mm in length. The width has increased by 32 mm and the height by a slight 25 mm. The front end is characterized by an enlarged Nissan V-Motion radiator grille with a chrome finish and an additional strip in satin chrome, which further emphasizes the precision with which the grille has been worked out. Flanking the grille are narrow full LED matrix headlights with boomerang daytime running lights. Air curtains under the headlights further add to the visual width of the front end and guide the eye across the hood. All these details together give the front end a powerful and determined look.


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