Rear Facet Of Production-ready Nissan Magnite Rendered, Looks Gorgeous

by Jatin Chhibber | 16/08/2020
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Here’s a digital rendering of the upcoming Nissan Magnite. It’ll compete with the likes of Hyundai Venue, Maruti Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon and Ford EcoSport.

The upcoming Nissan Magnite is among the most awaited cars from the Japanese automaker for the Indian market. The carmaker recently revealed the concept avatar of the SUV via digital route. The car is scheduled to hit the Indian shores in the fiscal year 2020 itself. Here’s a recent digital render of the SUV from our in-house digital artist Shoeb R. Kalania, which gives us an idea that how the all-new Nissan Magnite could look like. Nissan designers have already mentioned that the all-new Magnite would be one step away from the regular upright profile. Also, the SUV borrows styling cues from the Kicks to offer an imposing stance.


Nissan Magnite Concept Interior Unveiled


The digital render of its rear fascia highlights a modern design, which employs wrap-around taillights, a large roof-mounted spoiler with integrated stop lamp, large skid plate, and a chunkier bumper. From the recent spy images, we already know that upfront, the car will feature a wide octagonal grille, sleek LED headlamps, and boomerang-shaped LED DRLs employed in the bumper. The side profile of the SUV features roof rails and large wheel arches. The spy images also suggest that the production-ready model of the car will remain largely unchanged in comparison to the concept model.

The front grille of the car looks quite similar to that of the grille offered with Datsun cars. The carmaker has also revealed the sketches of the Magnite's interior. It’ll likely to come loaded with features like 8-inch touchscreen system, connected car tech, 360-degree camera, cruise control, steering mounted audio controls, cruise control, automatic air conditioning and more.



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The front seats of the Nissan Magnite get fixed headrests, while the rear seat headrests are adjustable. Also, the interior gets a two-tone theme with a combination of red and black colour. Elements like chrome-finished door handles, self-patterned styled dashboard, and chrome-bordered AC vents enhance the premium quotient of the SUV's interior. Mechanically, it’ll get propelled by 1.0-litre N/A petrol and a 1.0L turbo-petrol engine. The former is likely to put out 72bhp of peak power, while the latter will develop 95bhp of peak power output. Transmission duties will be performed by a 5-speed MT for the manual variants and a by a CVT in the automatic variants. Once launched, it’ll rival with the likes of Hyundai Venue, Maruti Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon, and Ford EcoSport.

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