A bold redesign for the Nissan Qashqai

In order to maintain its place as the reference in its segment, the Nissan Qashqai has received a comprehensive aesthetic refresh, as well as significant technology updates.

New Nissan Qashqai 2024

Exterior updates

The front grille of the Qashqai has been redesigned, drawing inspiration from ancient Japanese armour scales to create a more captivating first impression. The new headlights now have a more purposeful and commanding appearance, featuring an adaptive high beam module for better visibility in low-light conditions and fog. The rear lights have been updated within the unit structure, while the bumper has been reshaped and now offers harmonized colour options. In addition, three new colours have been added to the Qashqai's colour palette - Pearl White, Pearl Black, and Deep Ocean. For a more unique look, five of the Qashqai colours - Pearl White, Deep Ocean, Fuji Red, Magnetic Blue and Ceramic Grey - are all available in two-tone, with a black roof for a more distinctive look.

New N-Design grade

A new addition to the Qashqai line-up is the N-Design grade. Designed to appeal to Qashqai customers who’d like their version to be particularly bold, it features unique aesthetic touches. On the exterior, the lower body portion below the doors and the wheels are body-coloured on the N-Design. There are also unique, all-new 20” wheels which bring added on-road presence.

Upgraded Interior Trim

In terms of cabin design, the overall look remains consistent with previous models but now features upgraded materials on the top trims (N-Design and Tekna+) now include Alcantara upholstery throughout the cabin, extending from the dashboard to the knee pads, and the material surrounding the gear selector has a new pattern. The highest specification Qashqai offers black partially quilted premium leather seats, while the second-highest trim level offers synthetic leather for those seeking a vegan-friendly option. The introduction of ambient lighting allows passengers to choose from 64 colour options to make the cabin reflect their mood.

Upgraded technology

The new Qashqai by Nissan is the first model to feature Google built-in, offering seamless connectivity for your digital life on the go. From maps and reminders to accessing your favourite locations, Google enhances the driving experience.

To use Google in the car, you simply need to sign into your account through various methods such as the touchscreen, steering wheel buttons, or voice activation. For those looking to disconnect, you can choose not to sign in.

With the Google Play app store included, you can easily download podcasts, music, and audiobooks directly to your vehicle. Nissan, being a pioneer in the crossover segment, has upgraded the Qashqai with advanced driver assistance and safety technologies.

The updated Qashqai features an enhanced Around View Mirror (AVM) with a birds-eye view camera, a hood view display of the front wheels' position, and a 200-degree camera for navigating blind spots and tight spaces.

The AVM also includes a 'Parking Spot Location Memory' function to save frequent parking spots for easy retrieval. Additionally, the 200-degree setting aids in pulling out of junctions with limited visibility for added safety.

Nissan has prioritised peace of mind and safety with the Qashqai updates, addressing customer feedback by refining driver assistance systems. Features like Autonomous Emergency Braking and Lane Departure Prevention can now be customized to suit individual preferences for a more intuitive driving experience.


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