Nissan Future  
 

Automakers frequently make updates and changes to make their vehicles more appealing and improve their competitiveness in the auto industry. Fans of Nissan will be delighted and impressed with the numerous updates and improvements that the popular automaker has planned for 2021. This year, Nissan is unveiling a series of updates and changes within its vehicle lineup to give consumers more great options now than ever. The updates include modifications to its midsize Frontier pickup truck, the Pathfinder SUV, and the popular Leaf sedan. An all-new crossover, the Ariya, also joins the Nissan family this year.

  Nissan's New Era  

Ariya

One of the most highly anticipated new vehicles to hit the market from Nissan is the Ariya. The Ariya is an electric crossover SUV that has seating for five people. The Ariya has spacious and comfortable seats and a minimalist yet sophisticated interior design with a cascading center stack. Nissan's latest touchscreen technology comes with the 2022 Ariya, along with the option to get an equally impressive dual-screen interface. The Ariya is available with standard front-wheel drive for its drivetrain or all-wheel drive. The Ariya brings semi-autonomous driving technology as well.

Pathfinder

Another highlight for Nissan is the release of a refreshed Pathfinder for the 2022 model year. The latest Pathfinder gets a suite of impressive changes and updates, starting with a refreshed exterior design. The 2022 Pathfinder has an updated chassis as well for a smoother ride. It also uses a new automatic transmission with nine speeds, which replaces the previous continuously variable automatic transmission that powered the Nissan in 2021. The Nissan also has more standard safety technology in the form of the Safety Shield 360 package. The 2022 Pathfinder marks the start of the fifth generation for the popular Pathfinder.

Frontier

More power and more safety aids are in store for the Nissan Frontier pickup truck in 2022. The Frontier is offered in several different trims. This year, you can get a new off-road-oriented trim called the Pro-4X that comes with a more rugged exterior appearance. This trim also has standard four-wheel drive. Roof rails are also standard. The Frontier is also equipped with more advanced safety technology for safer driving.

Leaf

Those seeking an electric sedan can look at the Nissan Leaf, a five-passenger vehicle with split-folding seats in back and plenty of interior space. The Leaf has an equally spacious cargo area, and it is equipped with a variety of safety aids in the new model year.

Nissan Z Proto Sports Car

The Nissan 350Z evolves into the Z Proto, retaining classic sports car proportions with a short rear deck and a long hood. The Z Proto is enhanced with the classic Z styling elements that projects a modern look yet immediately recognized as the Nissan Z. The Nissan Z Proto is expected to be powered by a twin-turbo V6 engine producing 400 hp with a 6-speed manual transmission.

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