Nissan has unveiled its all-new, third generation Qashqai. As with the two previous generations, the design for the all-new Nissan Qashqai came out of Nissan’s European Design Studio in London, UK.
The new Qashqai is the first model in Europe to use the Alliance CMF-C platform, claimed to represent a state-of-the-art automotive structure and technology architecture. Nissan says the all-new Qashqai offers “an advanced infotainment system with a class-leading portfolio of connected services including effortless integration of smartphones, in-car WiFi for up to seven devices and NissanConnect Services, a dedicated app with which to interact with and monitor the vehicle”.
First customers of the all-new Nissan Qashqai, the third generation of the pioneering crossover, will be offered a limited availability launch version called the Premiere Edition.