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Nissan X-Trail and Qashqai Premium Concept to debut in Geneva

Nissan has confirmed two new concepts which will debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. These are Nissan X-Trail Premium Concept and Qashqai Premium Concept. Both concepts are based on the existing X-Trail and Qashqai.

Though the two are different concepts of different cars, they do have similar modifications on offer. Interestingly, Nissan Qasuqai premium concept was developed by Nissan Design Europe (NDE) team with head office in London, while the X-Trail Premium Concept SUV was developed in Japan by Nissan’s Global Design Center (GDC).
Speaking about the styling on offer with the X-Trail Premium Concept, it gets a dual tone finish of black and white with golden copper-colored accentuations below the front and rear lower bumper and on the side skirts. It also gets this golden copper finish on the 20-inch machined alloys.

The front gets revised grille with twin projecter headlamps and LED DRLs along with LED DRLs as foglights on the lower bumper. Bonnet and roof gets carbon fiber accents while ORVMs are finished in silver with LED turn indicators. Interiors are done up in black scheme.

On the other hand, the Qashqai is finished in a matte black with the same golden copper-colored accentuations, but in lesser quantity as compared to that seen onboard the X-Trail. Carbon fiber accents are visible on the lower bumper and the wheel arches while ORVMs get piano black finish. 20 inch machined alloys are wrapped in Dunlop rubber. Interiors feature soft Nappa leather upholstery finished in dark grey with black dashboard with golden copper accents.

Speaking about the two concepts, Nissan said – “We allowed the creativity of our design teams to shine through in this two-car project – which are contrasting but share common themes – as they reveal a new premium character in our crossovers.”

More details and photos will be revealed once the concepts debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

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