Yesterday Nissan revealed its letters to us with the presentation of the Nissan Qashqai 2021, a model that, according to the brand itself, today reinforces its leading position in the crossover segment in Europe and Spain. Like the previous two generations, the new Nissan Qashqai has come out of Nissan’s European Design Studio in London, UK.
The third generation is more muscular, edgy and modern. Outside, the improved posture of the body of the Qashqai is more determined, with prominent top lines, an extended wheelbase and imposing up to 20-inch alloy wheels fitted to the Qashqai for the first time.
The front of the new Qashqai sports an enlarged Nissan V-Motion grille, finished in chrome with a secondary stripe of satin chrome to highlight its precision. It is flanked by slim and advanced Full LED matrix headlights with daytime running lights.
Viewed from the side, the new Qashqai looks more athletic and dynamic, with a single line running through the car from front to back, giving the car a very horizontal presence, but also conveying a certain sense of dynamism.
According to the brand, the interior of the new Nissan Qashqai sets a new standard in the segment thanks to its high-quality feel and improved ease of use. The new one ambient lighting White creates a comforting and relaxing atmosphere throughout the cabin, so its uniformity conveys a sense of quality and harmony.
From the brand they have told us that a lot of attention has been paid to the ergonomic and aesthetic quality of the switches and buttons to transmit a high-quality touch feeling that gives users confidence and elegance. The new Qashqai offers an infotainment system with a broad portfolio of connected services.
The NissanConnect 9-inch screenThe larger, higher resolution digital gateway to navigation, entertainment and vehicle settings, it is compatible with Android Auto® and Apple CarPlay®. In addition, wireless Apple CarPlay® has also been incorporated.
A new 12.3-inch high-definition TFT multi-information display and fully electronic, it offers a selection of customizable layouts to display information about navigation, entertainment, traffic or the vehicle itself, all controlled from a new touch control located on the steering wheel.
What do you think? Have you won or do you prefer the current one?