ГИБДД-ДПС.РФ: 2022 Nissan Qashqai — interior Exterior and Driving
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2022 Nissan Rogue Sport Previewed by Global Qashqai SUV
The new subcompact crossover looks to have a nicer interior and a design similar to the 2021 Rogue’s.
Nissan has revealed the Europe-market Qashqai, which gives us an indication of what the next Rogue Sport will look like.
The Rogue Sport is a subcompact crossover slotting in between the Kicks and the Rogue.
The new Rogue Sport will likely arrive in the U.S. for the 2022 model year.
UPDATE 2/18/21: This story has been updated with new images now that Nissan has fully revealed the new Qashqai for Europe.
The Nissan Rogue Sport is set to follow in the footsteps of its bigger sibling’s redesign, with a new version likely to arrive for the 2022 model year. We’ve now gotten our first glimpse at the new Rogue Sport thanks to Nissan’s European arm, which has shown the exterior and interior of the closely related Qashqai SUV.
The Qashqai seen here looks like a 2021 Rogue with the seams taken in a bit, as its front end has a similar headlight arrangement and its rear end features a more tapered greenhouse. The new Rogue Sport will likely continue to reside on the larger end of the subcompact SUV segment, fitting in above the entry-level Kicks and below the compact Rogue.
Nissan is talking about the Qashqai’s e-Power and 12-volt hybrid drivetrains for the European market, but we anticipate the Rogue Sport will continue on with a more conventional gasoline engine in the U.S. Naturally aspirated 2.0-liter or 2.5-liter inline-four engines are the most likely choices, paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) and either front- or all-wheel drive—nothing revolutionary under the skin here.
The interior looks like a big step up, too. The modern-looking dashboard features a digital instrument cluster and a large tablet-style touchscreen infotainment system. We were impressed with the nicer interior materials in the latest Rogue, too, so we’d expect a similar improvement for the Rogue Sport.
Even though Nissan Europe has revealed the full thing, we have yet to hear from Nissan USA about timing for the new Rogue Sport’s arrival on our shores. Look for more information to come on the new crossover sometime in the first half of 2021.
2021 Nissan Qashqai safety technology
Nissan’s full suite of driver assistance technologies will be offered with the new Qashqai.
It’s led by an updated ProPilot with Navi-link system that, on automatic models, combines adaptive cruise control (with stop-and-go), lane-keep assist and lane-following assist to automatically accelerate, brake and centre the car in its lane on the highway.
The Qashqai’s ProPilot system also incorporates traffic-sign recognition to detect changing speed limits and alter the vehicle’s speed automatically, while satellite navigation data is also used to reduce the car’s speed for corners and turn-off ramps.
It’s also capable of employing the blind-spot monitoring system to apply steering input if another vehicle is detected in the Qashqai’s blind spot as the driver makes a lane change.
Other active safety systems on board include autonomous emergency braking, rear cross-traffic alert, a ‘flank protection’ warning, and the aforementioned adaptive cruise control, lane-following assist, speed sign recognition and blind-spot monitoring – with the blind-spot and rear cross-traffic alert systems capable of both detecting and braking for obstacles.
A slew of airbags are standard-fit, including a centre airbag between the front seats to prevent passengers’ heads making contact in a side collision – a required safety feature for a five-star ANCAP safety rating.
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