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News This New Nissan Altima Design Sketch Has us Pretty Excited

19:52  13 march  2018
19:52  13 march  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Nissan Altima previewed in design sketch before NYC reveal. We 'll have to wait until the New York Auto Show to know how well Vmotion Ahead of the 2018 New York International Auto Show (NYIAS), Nissan has revealed the first design sketch of the sixth-generation Altima , or better known to us as

This New Nissan Altima Design Sketch Has us Pretty Excited . but from the official design sketch released by the automaker, there is reason to be excited , for sure. The exterior look is bold and very expressive, hinting at the future of Nissan ’s sedan design language.

The Car Guide will attend the 2018 New York International Auto Show’s media days (March 28-29) and one of the new products we’re looking forward to seeing in the flesh—well, metal—is the sixth generation of the Nissan Altima, which will make its global debut as a 2019 model.

Yes, we know it’s just a midsize sedan, but from the official design sketch released by the automaker, there is reason to be excited, for sure. The exterior look is bold and very expressive, hinting at the future of Nissan’s sedan design language. In fact, we’ll see an evolution of the fantastic Nissan Vmotion 2.0 Concept that captured everyone’s attention in Detroit last year. If you thought the latest Maxima was daring, you could be even more impressed by the redesigned Altima.

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Nissan announces all- new Altima in New York : Used Vehicle Review: Nissan Altima , 2013-2018 Vehicle Type Owners tend to report satisf It’s the day when the all- new Nissan Altima will make its official debut during the 2018 New York Auto Show. It’s one of the best-kept secrets in the industry at

While we ’re pleased to hear the Altima will stay with us for a while still, how will this new 2019 model set itself apart from its rivals? In 2018, if you’re going to market a midsize sedan, it better be more than just a well-built machine. It has to impress, be desirable, cool and offer something the others don’t.

Of course, the car will feature Nissan’s ProPILOT Assist technology and many other “Intelligent Mobility” features. The company seemingly wants to make a loud statement and stand out from the more popular midsize sedans out there, like the Accord and Camry. Will sales improve as a result? It will be a tough battle once again.

One thing is certain, though: We can’t wait for the big reveal!

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