Nissan has unveiled the designed Sunny at the China International Auto Show. It will be sold in 170 markets worldwide.
Nissan has unveiled their new global sedan at the China International Automobile Exhibition.
First introduced to China in 2003 as the Sunny, the all-new model features conservative styling with a prominent shoulder line, sweptback headlights, and Maxima-inspired taillights. The restrained design carries over into the interior, but there's a unique circular theme which can be seen in the air vents, door handles, and climate control system.
Power comes from a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, which will likely produce 108 hp (81 kW / 110 PS) and 148 Nm (109 lb-ft) of torque. It will be connected to an Xtronic continually variable transmission (CVT) that promises to deliver "superior environmental performance."
The Sunny will be produced by Dongfeng Nissan's Huadu Plant in Guangzhou and will go on sale in China in January, before being launched in 170 markets worldwide, perhaps as the Versa/Tiida?
Pricing starts from RMB 82.8K to 112.8K (1.04 million - 1.41million yen).