The next stage of Nissan’s electrified product offensive takes shape with the regional premiere of the All-New, fourth generation X-Trail. Over two decades, almost seven million units of X-Trail have been sold globally, making it one of the world’s most popular family adventure vehicles. For this new iteration, Nissan has drawn on the well-established DNA that runs through all three of the previous generations: muscular design, flexible utility, and advanced all-wheel drive capabilities. The All-New X-Trail will be available in both five and seven seat configurations, offering a convenient option for days out with extended family or friends. Thanks to the new Alliance CMF-C platform, which showcases advanced engineering, innovation and technology, the All-New X-Trail will again raise the bar in the crossover segment. Customers with a taste for adventure will savour the enhanced dynamic performance and advanced electrification technologies that the new generation of X-Trail offers. Starting at £32,030, the All-New X-Trail offers a unique combination of rugged eye-catching design, comfort, on-board convenience, and an effortless, confident drive.
“The All-New X-Trail is a tour de force of Nissan’s innovative technology. From e-POWER, the electrified powertrain which gives that unmistakably EV-drive feeling, with instant response and confidence from our electrified e-4ORCE system, to the advanced driver assistance systems available on all grades to the flexibility of the interior – the new X-Trail has been designed and engineered from the ground up to meet the very exacting needs of our customers. For more than 20 years, X-Trail has been synonymous with comfort, convenience, security and confidence. Add intuitive technology and rugged design, and we’re confident that the new X-Trail will emulate the success of previous generations,” said Leon Dorssers, Regional Senior Vice President, Marketing and Sales, Nissan AMIEO Region.
“Replacing an icon like the X-Trail is a huge responsibility. It has established itself as a vehicle for families to share adventures in, so we know what our customers appreciate. For the fourth generation, we will give them the capacity for adventure, with an advanced electrified all-wheel drive powertrain, combined with intuitive and convenient technology,” said Francois Bailly, Senior Vice President, Chief Planning Officer, for Nissan’s AMIEO Region.
The All-New X-Trail will be the second model in Nissan’s European range to be equipped with the brand’s innovative e-POWER drive system. Exclusive to Nissan, e-POWER is a unique approach to electrification, offering the EV-drive feeling without the need to recharge. The All-New X-Trail’s e-POWER system is comprised of a high-output battery and powertrain integrated with a variable compression ratio petrol engine, power generator, inverter and 150kW front electric motor. This unique powertrain means that power to the wheels comes only from an electric motor, which results in an instant, linear response to the accelerator. First introduced in Japan on the Note in 2016, it went on to become the best-selling car, with customers loving its combination of smooth, effortless performance and cable-free ownership. The defining feature of e-POWER is that the petrol engine is used solely to generate electricity, whilst the wheels are completely driven by the electric motor. This means the engine can always run within its optimal range, leading to superior fuel efficiency in urban settings. The application For Europe it has a 1.5 litre Variable Compression Ratio turbo petrol engine, with a final system power output of 150kW (204PS). Thanks to the pure electric motor drive, there’s no delay as with an internal combustion engine or traditional hybrid. The instant response delivers an exhilarating high torque feel and agile acceleration to make overtaking or merging onto a highway easier and more confidence-inspiring.
A new all-wheel drive system designed to work with Nissan’s electrified powertrains is introduced on the All-New X-Trail in Europe. e-4ORCE will deliver reassuring traction and confident acceleration in all conditions thanks to Nissan’s most advanced all-wheel control technology. The “e” in e-4ORCE stands for Nissan’s 100% electric motor drive system. “4ORCE” refers to the vehicle’s physical power and energy, with “4” representing all-wheel control. It will also be arriving on ARIYA, early 2023. By specifically managing power output and braking performance for each wheel, thereby delivering smoothness and stability, e-4ORCE enhances driver confidence by tracing the intended driving line over almost any road surface, while never needing to change driving style or input. When cornering on snow-covered roads, for example, the vehicle can reliably trace the driver’s intended line thanks to the ultra-high-precision motor, torque distribution and brake control. The powerful dual e-motor system has a total output of 157kW (213PS) thanks to the rear 100kw motor which allows for keen acceleration, with 0-62MPH in 7 seconds. It has a 10,000 times faster rear torque response than a mechanical 4WD system. In addition, the constant torque redistribution and near perfect weight balance contribute to reassuring handling and ride comfort, enabling a powerful yet smooth, driving experience.
Central to Nissan X-Trail’s appeal will be its distinctive styling which projects a reassuring sense of prominence and robustness, without being aggressive. From the side, muscular wheel arches at the front and rear give the X-Trail presence on the road, whilst at the base of the doors, an inset feature brings a sense of fluidity to the sheer surfaces of the doors. The exterior is highlighted by signature Nissan design elements such as the floating roof and V-motion grille. The frontal aspect is framed by striking headlights that appear moulded within the bodywork of the front bumper, with combined daytime running lights and indicators nestled along the shut-line of the hood. From behind, taught horizontal lines sits just above and below where the number plate is mounted, while split rear lights ensure a wide aperture for the trunk. A silver panel curves under the rear bumper, reflecting X-Trail’s adventurous character. The shape of the C-pillar is reminiscent of a dolphin fin, bringing tension to the rear where the wrap-around lights complete the rear three-quarter aspect. Key aerodynamic features include “3D” tyre deflectors in the lower front fascia, an active grille shutter to control air flow into the engine compartment, special A-pillar shaping, underbody covers to manage air flow under the vehicle and a unique “air curtain” that precisely directs air flow from the front to the sides of the X-Trail.
To make it easier to load items, install a children’s seat, or get comfortably into the car, access to second row seats is even easier due to the rear passenger doors opening to nearly 90 degrees. Second row passengers are truly considered with the option of dedicated controls for the heating/air-conditioning system, ensuring occupant comfort, which is vital in a family car. The key to a harmonious family trip? A steady supply of power of course! To keep electronic devices nourished, there is a USB type-A and a USB type-C charging point for second row occupants. Parents of babies and toddlers will appreciate the inclusion of integrated sun-blinds into the rear passenger doors, offering protection on sunny days with an easy one-handed operation. The second row of seats splits in a 60:40 configuration, plus there is a central hatch so long items such as skis can be easily transported without the need to drop either section of the second row of seats. The second row of seats can also slide forward to maximise the trunk space and allow easy access to the third row on the 7-seat configuration. Thanks to the packaging efficiency of the Alliance CMF-C platform, the All-New X-Trail is available with a third row of seating in the trunk. Individual seats that effortlessly disappear into the floor are designed to accommodate passengers up to 160cm in height, placing it amongst the most generous in its segment. The space has been optimised to ensure that third-row passengers can put their feet under the second row of seats.
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