2020 Nissan Qashqai is rumoured to be developing an electrical SUV based on the IMx concept that was showcased at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. Its electric motor has several benefits over a conventional gas or diesel. Its neater packaging permits more interior space and, naturally, utilizing electricity implies it’ll cost buttons to run.
Expect the production design to lose those open front duct however keep the v-shaped grille that is Nissan’s present business face. The IMx Concept has bright-shining (and energy effective) LED headlights so you can expect the roadway cars and truck to follow suit.
In profile, the production model will soften the concept’s sharp creases and included more-conventional door handles, however the sloping roofline need to stay.
Anticipate the back of the electric SUV to be rather different from the raked, coupe-like rear-end of the IMx Concept, to make the new model equally as practical as the family-friendly Qashqai.
Anticipate some elements of the IMx Concept’s interior to appear in the upcoming new design– consisting of a big infotainment screen and gesture controls.
Nissan is likely to provide two and four-wheel drive designs. The two-wheel-drive electrical Qashqai will most likely usage a version of the electric motor fitted to the Leaf– it makes 150hp and is good for a variety of as much as 234 miles. A four-wheel-drive version could use a pair of those engines to deliver a considerable increase in efficiency.
There’s a strong indication that Nissan wants its electric SUV to showcase an enhanced version of its ProPilot self-governing driving tech. Such a system would can driving the Nissan with little or no input from the motorist.
The electrical Nissan Qashqai ought to have an entry-level price of around ₤ 30,000– about what you would currently anticipate to pay for a top-spec traditional household SUV. A complete expose in 2020 promises.