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Nissan Lineup 2022 And Beyond: What's Next?

After Nissan released their Nissan Next teaser video, everybody wondered why the upcoming redesigned GT-R sports car wasn't there. Plus, no sedans were shown, putting doubt in front of the Maxima and Sentra. The Murano crossover was also shockingly not there. So, we are predicting what Nissan has in store after the new Ariya, Rogue, Armada, Frontier, Magnite, Pathfinder, 400Z, Note, Navara, Qashquai, and Terra arrive.

(1: Qashquai (US arrival)

The Nissan Qashquai crossover was shown in the teaser, but here, it is known as the Rogue Sport. The Rogue Sport always comes out a year or two later than the Qashquai, so don't expect it until 2022 at the earliest.

(2: 400Z Nismo

The 400Z is coming soon to replace the 11 year old 370Z. But, the Nismo performance variant might not come until 2022 or 2023. A 400Z Nismo should have specific styling cues like red lines around the bumpers.

(3: Redesigned GT-R

The GT-R sports car is just as old as the 370Z, so it is in need of a complete redesign. We were surprised not to see the new GT-R in the video, so it'd better be good. It should be unveiled sometime in 2023.

(4: Redesigned Murano

The Murano crossover is already around five years old, going through a sporty refresh last year. We should see it in 2023, to give the facelift some more time on the market. It might not take after any other Nissan SUV, just as the current one only resembles the slow-selling Maxima.

(5: Facelifted Altima

The Altima sedan was redesigned in 2018, and was the first model to introduce the floating roof and enlarged V-Motion grille design elements. By 2023, it'll be a bit behind the competition, so a facelift should arrive in 2023 or 2024. We hope they follow the Kia K5's footsteps when it comes to design.

(6: Redesigned Titan

The Nissan Titian is kind of old by now, and is only in its second or third generation. A facelift literally just came on sale, so it won't be redesigned until 2024 at the earliest.

(7: New GT-R Nismo

The GT-R, just like the 400Z, should add the Nismo variant to the mix a few years late, so expect incredible performance and styling once again. It might hit showrooms in 2024 or even 2025.

(8: D-Segment Electric SUV

Nissan is rumored to be introducing a larger D-segment SUV (about the size of a Pathfinder) to the market to take on the Tesla Model X and Mercedes EQC. The D-segment SUV is currently the most popular family vehicle on the market.


Nissan is planning on discontinuing a few unnecessary models to cut costs. This is what they might be:

- Maxima

- Sentra

- Leaf

1 Comment

Jul 31, 2020

I have always liked the Nissan Zs.. but wow, I really like the 400z!


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