People in India have started loving the sub-4 meter SUV segment very much. As a result, every manufacturer aims to provide its offering in this segment. Huge popularity also leads to wild competition within the segment. Recent launches like the Kia Sonet have raised the bar quite high. Find below about Nissan Magnite Official Unveil Date.
The Japanese manufacturer has officially announced that the production variant of the Nissan Magnite will be launched on 21st October 2020. The company had already revealed the concept variant of the car earlier. The brand has also shared some images, of the SUV being tested at Nissan’s Tochigi plant. The test car was covered but looks quite similar to the concept car. The concept car video also specified that the SUV was designed by keeping India in mind.
At the front, the Nissan Magnite gets a Datsun-like front grille with sharp angular headlights and sculpted hood. As Kia Sonet was able to attract much hype due to its bold and aggressive looks, Nissan too wants to follow the same path. The side profile of the SUV gets features like upright stance, flared wheel arches, heavy cladding and strong shoulder lines. All these elements add the much-needed SUV styling to the car. The rear gets split LED taillights, roof-mounted spoiler and faux skid plates on the rear bumper. The test car was painted in a dual-tone red and black colour scheme. More about Nissan Magnite Unveil Date below.
The brand has not officially shared any interior images of the production variant of the car. The interiors like the exteriors can be expected to be quite similar to the concept model. The interiors of the concept model look quite futuristic and come with all the modern features with a large touchscreen taking the center stage. Rear AC vents, connected Car Tech, Sunroof are also some of the expected features on the car.
Engine and Performance
The Nissan Magnite is likely to get two petrol engines on offer. It may come with a 1.0L turbo and Naturally aspirated engine. The same engine is used with the Renault Triber and seems to underperform for the Triber. The Renault Triber also has similar dimensions to the Nissan Magnite. Nissan will have to bring a better engine or tune it properly to provide adequate performance and efficiency. 5-speed manual and some form of automatic transmission will be available.
The Nissan Magnite will come to India by early 2021. The base variant of the Nissan Magnite needs to start at Rs. 6.00 lakh to compete with the rivals. It will compete against Kia Sonet, Hyundai Venue, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300, Honda WR-V, Toyota Urban Cruiser and many more.