by page automotive news, Nissan just held a meeting with North American dealers in Las Vegas. At the event, the Japanese brand revealed the product ranges that the company will soon introduce in the near future.
Firstly, the company has shown three next generation petrol cars, Armada, Kicks and Murano to the dealers. In this group, Armada is the name that the dealer claims “looks like a Range Rover”.
Another range of cars that the company promises to bring alive is the new Rogue. This is the name of the Nissan X-Trail in North America.
The next time it returns, the nameplate will more explicitly use electrification with the latest E-Power hybrid powertrain. This model will be launched in the second half of 2026. Before that, the electrified Nissan Juke will be launched in 2025.
In addition, Nissan’s comprehensive electrification plan was also announced. They will be introducing 3 electric car models in the near future. Of the above, one would be a descendant of the Leaf – the best-selling electric car line in the world for a long time until the rise of Tesla.
The new Nissan Leaf design will bring coupe-like SUV styling to attract young customers. The operating range of the car is promised to increase by 25% compared to the older version, which means the maximum per full charge will go up to around 425km.
The identities of the other two models are shrouded in mystery. One of them is said to be the SUV sharing the CMF-EV chassis with the Ariya.
The third name is said to be a high-performance sedan after the old Maxima. The name line has been confirmed to be brought back but has yet to be announced by Nissan leadership.