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Nissan Terrano and Micra Twenty20 World Cup Edition to debut at Auto Expo

Nissan-Terrano Twenty20 World Cup Edition

Nissan India will be unveiling two new limited edition cars at the Auto Expo next week.

Last year, Nissan tied up with International Cricket Council (ICC), the governing body for Cricket until 2023. During this 8 year period, the tie-up will see Nissan as the main sponsor of ICC, ICC Cricket World Cup and ICC Twenty20 World Cup. To celebrate this association, Nissan India will launch two new special editions at the upcoming Auto Expo next week.

The two new special editions are Nissan Terrano Twenty20 World Cup Edition and Nissan Micra Twenty20 World Cup Edition. To be limited in numbers, both cars are expected to feature attractive new colours and decals on the outside, while interiors too are expected to be coloured in the Twenty20 World Cup theme.

2015 Nissan Micra X-Shift CVT limited edition (3) side

Speaking about the Nissan Terrano Twenty20 World Cup Edition, it is expected to be based on the top of the line XV Premium trim. This varaint is powered by a 1.5 liter diesel engine generating max power of 110 PS and peak torque of 248 Nm via a six speed manual transmission. Features on offer with the top of the line Terrano includes 16 inch machined alloys, dual tone interiors, glossy piano black centre front fascia, front and rear silver skid plates, electric ORVM, Airbags, ABS, EBD, etc.

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Nissan Micra Twenty20 World Cup Edition is expected to be based on the XV S variant on offer. It is powered by a 1.2 liter petrol engine generating 68 PS and 104 Nm torque. This variant comes with dual front airbags, power windows, keyless entry, four speakers, ABS, EBD, and much more.

More details will be revealed at the Auto Expo on 3rd February. Stay tuned to Rushlane as we bring you LIVE coverage of the show.

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