Nissan has recently announced that the new Pulsar generation and the 2013 Patrol crossover will be officially presented to the public at the 2012 Australian Motor Show.
According to the Japanese based automaker, the Nissan Pulsar is only going on sale under that model in Australia, because in North America it’s known as the Sentra while in Asia the model is known as the Sylphy. The Pulsar name was used before in Australia by Nissan for the local market versions of the Sunny and Almera until 2005, when it was replaced by the Tiida. The carmaker didn’t announce any more details on the Pulsar, except the fact that it will get a four-cylinder petrol engine.
Besides the Pulsar compact sedan, Nissan will also bring the 2013 Patrol to the same Australian International Motor Show which will make its debut locally in right-hand drive ahead of its launch set for early next year. The new Patrol is related to the Infiniti QX from North America. The 2012 Australian Motor Show will take place in Sydney, between the 19th and the 28th of October. More details on the new Pulsar and Patrol will be announced then.