Nissan Kicks SUV: Indian automotive fans always look forward to a bold and stylish looking cars in the market. Especially, the new-gen buyers wait for the latest cars to be introduced with a new innovative design which attracts everyone on road. It seems that the Indian automotive market will soon get an alluring beauty in the SUV segment. Nissan is known for revealing most tremendously designed vehicles and now, the company is ready with an all-new model, KICKS.
The company will introduce the Kicks in India with a new concept which is different from others. Today, the company revealed a teaser of the model which defines the exterior of the car. The all-new upcoming Nissan Kicks is revealed with an impressive and muscular exterior. The dynamic design of the car has raised the excitement of Nissan enthusiasts. The European variant of the car is developed with V-motion grille, a trademark theme which supplements the KICKS’ distinguishing appearance.
In India, the vehicle highlight the Renault-Nissan B0 platform, just to keep the price low. Other models including Duster, Terrano, and Captur also build on the same platform. The next SUV is expected to become the most successful in the market which will give a tough competition to its competitors. The company has updated many features for the Indian variant. The KICKS will be larger, more developed, and more stylish for the Indian buyers. The larger exterior will result in more legroom for both front and rear passenger.
According to the teaser video, the Indian version will be introduced with an updated front design, redesigned unique front grille and widened wheel curves. It gets smooth curvy lines with a touch of bold headlights. You will notice twofold shaded design on the roof, giant alloy wheels, striking bumper treatment and sleek headlamps with LEDs. The rear section highlights a curved formed taillight. After the official launch, it will lock horns with the popularity of Hyundai Creta, Renault Captur and the not yet launched, Tata Harrier.
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