Nissan will unveil the next-generation version of its all-electric SUV at the Detroit Auto Show on April 21.
The SUV is described as a compact, low-slung, two-door vehicle that will offer “supercharging capabilities” with up to 15 miles of range per charge.
It will offer a range of 150 miles on a single charge and will be available in three trim levels: Eco, Sport and Ultimate.
The Nissan logo will adorn the rear window and the exterior will be finished in a metallic hue, which is reminiscent of the color scheme used in Nissan’s current electric cars.
The new SUV will be the third Nissan vehicle to use a 3.0-liter V6 engine, which produces about 1,000 horsepower.
It was produced by Nissan-owned Viasat.
Nissan has been selling a range-extended model called the Nismo that features a 5.5-liter turbocharged engine.
The next-gen SUV will feature a 5-liter, 4-cylinder engine.
Nismo and Ultimate versions will cost between $36,900 and $40,200 and will include an 8-speed automatic transmission.
The Ultimate version will have an option to use the Nissan Active Drive system that is expected to increase range to up to 300 miles.
Nomad model will be discontinued in 2020, but Nissan will continue to sell the NISMO model.
The next-Gen Nissan is expected for a 2020 debut.
The SUV will offer all-wheel drive, and it will have a top speed of over 200 mph.
The vehicle will have front-wheel-drive and rear-wheel steering, and the new Nissan is designed to be used on public roads.