The new generation of the Nissan Qashqai has been spied once again but as usual, the prototype has been wrapped in some heavy camouflage.
The Japanese based automaker Nissan is working on the new generation of the Qashqai, which is expected to be officially presented to the public in November, this year, but until the model will make its official debut, the company has to make sure that everything is in the right place and working just like it should. In order to improve the new Qashqai generation, the carmaker is testing it more and more often and our spy photographers have managed to catch in on camera once again.
The images posted below are showing the resemblance of the new Nissan Qashqai generation to the one of the Hi-Cross concept which was officially introduced back in March 2012, during the Geneva Motor Show. As for the engine options, these are expected to include a 1.2 liter supercharged petrol with 113 HP and 190 Nm of torque, a 1.6 liter diesel, probably the dCi sourced from Renault, and a plug-in hybrid version, amongst others. FWD will be offered as standard and AWD as an option. The 2014 Nissan Qashqai should go on sale early next year.