Nissan “pickup-based” SUV renderings revealed

Updated Nov 27, 2020 | Same topic: Car Sneak Peeks, Teasers, & Rumors

A close translation from the original leaked photo.

Based on the previously leaked images, the very first renderings of the Nissan “pickup-based” SUV, presumably dubbed “Xterra” or “Paladin”, have been spread. Let’s take a peek at them now.

Nissan “pickup-based” SUV rendering

The  SUV is presumably dubbed “Xterra” or “Paladin”

Nissan “pickup-based” SUV rendering

It’s certain you can see how great the Paladin/Xterra looks like​

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Currently, SUV is a hot trend in automotive world which every car maker wants to follow. However, Nissan – one of the world’s biggest brands thirsts for a bigger thing. Yes, it’s a “pickup-based” SUV that has never appeared.

Via those renderings, it’s certain you can see how great the Paladin/Xterra looks like. In addition to that, has collected some detailed specs of this special SUV. Accordingly, it will measure 4,885 mm in length, 1,865 mm in width, 1,835 mm in height and a 2,850 mm wheelbase. The SUV will be available in 5- and 7-seater versions.

Nissan “pickup-based” SUV leaked image

The SUV will be available in 5- and 7-seater versions

In terms of powertrain, this aspect mainly depends on market. Still, as we informed before, the Paladin will fall heir to several components of the Nissan Navara pickup like the 2WD and 4WD systems as well as the selection between a 7-speed automatic gearbox and a 6-speed manual. It’s expected that the upcoming SUV will pack a 190 hp/450 Nm 2.3-liter diesel and a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder naturally aspirated gasoline engines.

According to latest car news, the Nissan “pickup-based” SUV is set to debut in April, 2018 at the Beijing Motor Show.

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