2017 Nissan Micra Interior Spied Ahead of Paris Debut


2017 Nissan Micra interior dons dual-tone theme, twin-pod instrument cluster, touchscreen infotainment system and three-spoke steering wheel

Nissan is teasing the all-new 2017 Micra for quite some time in recent past. The Japanese car maker released the teaser images of the upcoming model a few days back. And now, right ahead of its global debut at the upcoming 2016 Paris Motor Show later this month, the car’s dashboard has been spied giving us a clear view.

The 2017 Nissan Micra’s interior seems to be coming way much more upmarket, compared to the outgoing model. It sports a three-spoke, multifunction steering wheel, while a dual-pod instrument cluster. Apart from that, the touchscreen infotainment system is also visible and the dashboard dons a dual-tone theme. Round shaped AC vents with chrome trim can be seen in the image. So far, the new dashboard of the car looks impressive.


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In terms of exterior design, the all new Nissan Micra is radically different to the outgoing model. Based on the Sway concept, the new Nissan Micra comes heavily redesigned than its predecessor; and it looks very aggressive and sporty indeed. The car is based on the CMF-B platform, which is derived from the Renault-Nissan alliance developed CMF platform. The new Micra sports sharper and sleeker headlamps, smaller front grille with a sleek V shaped chrome bar.

The 2017 Nissan Micra is expected to come featuring new sporty alloy wheels and a floating roof pattern. Also, the rear profile comes sporting a roof spoiler, and revised taillights. The rear bumper could come revised as well. Dimensionally, the all new Nissan Micra comes longer and wider, which increases the space inside the cabin.


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Power source for the car is expected to be a 0.9-litre three-cylinder, turbocharged petrol engine. Also there could be a diesel unit as well, while the transmission options will include both manual and automatic gearbox options. The car will be manufactured at the Renault’s Flins plant in France. Expect the car to reach Indian market sometime next year.

Source: Worldscoop