The new generation of the Nissan X-Trail / Rogue has been officially presented to the public, in a world premiere, during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.
The 2014 Nissan X-Trail has been finally unveiled after it was teased a lot of times, at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. The model in question has actually lost some of the rugged but familiar looks, for the new generation, and it now has a more premium feel, with sculptured muscular lines, LED headlight with daytime running lights, boomerang taillights and 19-inch alloy wheels, with a modern design.
The cabin of the new Nissan X-Trail generation has been fitted with metal, piano black and chrome finishes, with cloth fabric coming on lower spec versions and full leather upholstery, with contrast stitching, becoming available for the more expensive variants. Nissan says that the rear doors of the new X-Trail can be opened to almost 80 degrees, which allows easier access in the cabin. The model in question is still coming with an extra row of seats.
The new generation of the Nissan X-Trail has been fitted with Active Trace Control, Uphill Start Support, Advance Hill Descent Control, Active Ride Control, Active Engine Brake and a controllable ALL MODE 4x4i system, which is using a rotary switch fitted onto the center console, allowing the driver to select between the 2WD, the Auto mode or the Lock, just like the current generation. No engine details have been announced yet and these are expected to be released close to the model’s market launch, along with its price list.