The teasing campaign for the 2014 Nissan Qashqai continues, and each time we get to see more of the new Japanese crossover. To be built in UK, the new Qashqai is said to revolutionize the compact SUV segment by introducing innovative new features.
On the styling front, at least, the new Qashqai does not seem that revolutionary. Sure, it looks miles better than outgoing model, and it introduces some new styling cues – like that special LED design – that will be adapted by other Nissan products in near future. But it looks rather normal.
What sets the 2014 Nissan Qashqai apart, apparently, is the technology features packed in it. Nissan says it takes the crossover sector into a new dimension, raising standards for everyone and lighting the way for countless new adventures. Sounds intriguing.
The new Qashqai will be revealed on Wednesday ahead of its official debut at Tokyo Motor Show.