The Japanese based automaker Nissan has recently announced that the production version of the new Pathfinder generation will be officially presented to the public at the upcoming 2012 New York Auto Show.
After the Nissan Pathfinder Concept has been revealed not too long ago at the 2012 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, the model is once again entering everyone’s attention, after the car manufacturer has announced that the production version will debut at the 2012 New York Auto Show. The announcement made about the production version of the new Nissan Pathfinder isn’t official yet, but the 2013 model year crossover will most likely make its debut in New York.
Officials within the Nissan Group have also announced, unofficially, that the new generation of the Pathfinder will be powered by the new 3.5 liter VQ V6 engine, which is expected to develop a similar total output as in the Infiniti JX, which is also powered by the same unit. The upcoming Nissan Pathfinder’s engine will generate a total output close to 300 horsepower and a peak torque just over 250 lb-ft, but we don’t have any details on this yet. More info on the new Nissan Pathfinder generation will be announced at the New York Auto Show, later in the spring.