Being a part of one of the world’s largest automotive groups, Nissan has plenty of resources to innovate, expand into new markets, and keep their lineup fresh. Despite a recent CEO scandal and further executive troubles, this brand remains at the forefront of car production, with their eyes steady on the electrification and driving autonomy. In today’s episode of #AutomotiveTerritoryDailyNews, lets take a look at the upcoming 2020 newcomers from Nissan, and determine whether they will remain a solid brand for the people or will get consumed by corporate mayhem!
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#1 2020 Nissan Partol
2020 Nissan Partol is one of the most cherished models in Nissan’s family, since vehicles based on its platform have been a part of the brand’s lineup for 70 years. In 2020, it arrives with a major refresh, boasting of a new V-motion grille with a massive chrome frame and boomerang-shaped LED headlights.
#2 2020 Nissan Juke
Though discontinued in the USA in 2019, the new generation 2020 Nissan Juke gets revised looks, grows in size, and loses 50 pounds. It also comes with a new 3-cylinder turbo engine under the hood.
#3 2020 Nissan Ariya
Ten years have gone by since the introduction of the Nissan Leaf, and now, the company is finally ready to expand its electric passenger car lineup. At the 2019 Tokyo Auto show, the brand introduced a crossover concept, named Ariya.
#4 2020 Nissan Titan
Nissan is doing their best to blend in on the US market of full-size pickups. And though, it is still far from competing with F-Series or Silverado by the volume of sales, the major redesign of the 2020 Nissan Titan aims at taking a bigger bite out of the American pie.
#5 2020 Nissan Rogue Sport
This crossover is a middle ground for the Nissan buyers between the subcompact Kicks and the mid-size Rogue. In 2020 its going through a minor facelift: both front and rear were cosmetically reworked.
#6 2019 Nissan GT-R
Though, no generational shift is happening for the Nissan GT-R this year, the upgrades that do take place are worth mentioning. The trims on offer have been adjusted and performance from now on is even more brutal.
#7 2020 Nissan Versa
Remaining one of the most affordable new cars on the American market, the 2020 Nissan Versa becomes more appealing, receiving a full redesign. It gets three trims to choose from, S, SV, and SR, that on the outside are distinguished by the 15, 16, 17-inch wheels respectively.
#8 2020 Nissan Leaf e+ Dual Motor
As of today, Nissan doesn’t have a hot hatchback in its stables, but by the looks of it the electric Dual Motor Leaf e+ is willing to take the vacant spot. Based on the latest modification of the EV it gets an enhanced all-wheel drive system powered by the front and rear EM57 Motors.
#9 2020 Nissan IMk
The exterior look of the IMK is reminiscent of the kei autos widespread solely in Japan, but Nissan plans to make it into the international city car of the future. Size wise it is close to the Micra, but the interior space is expected to be much roomier.
#10 2020 Nissan 370Z 50th Anniversary Edition
To honor the 50th birthday of Nissan’s iconic Z-car, the brand released a special Anniversary edition of the model in 2020. The 370Z 50th Anniversary Edition gets two color schemes, Silver-Black and White-Red, and comes powered by the Z’s regular 332hp 3.7L V6.