The Japanese based automaker Nissan has recently pulled the wraps off its latest creation, the replacement of the Tiida, a new global sedan, during the 2012 Beijing Motor Show.
Even if the new model has been officially presented by the car manufacturer, the global sedan doesn’t have an official name in Europe just yet, but in China this will be named the Nissan Syplhy, in Australia the Nissan Pulsar and in North America this is most likely to wear the Sentra name. This new global sedan will replace the Tiida model on the markets where this is still being sold, and it’s coming with a classic look with round shapes, LED daytime running lights and a chromed radiator grille.
The new Nissan model is quite similar to the Altima and the car manufacturer is promising high quality materials on the inside and a large trunk. Under the hood, the new Nissan sedan will use a new 1.8 liter engine, which will be mated to the new CVT Xtronic transmission, which should offer low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, as the automaker is saying. The new Nissan model will be made at the company’s Dongfeng Nissan Huadu plant in Guangzhou and it should debut on the Chinese auto market this summer. After its launch, it will be sold in approximately 120 countries around the world.