It was only earlier this week when Nissan teased the second generation of the Qashqai and now they are back with several photos showing camouflaged prototypes. The Japanese crossover will be fully revealed on November 7 and promises to “redefine the crossover sector and set new standards” and it’s also being described by Nissan as “the most significant car in its modern history.” The vehicle has undergone through extensive testing throughout Europe and was finalized at the Nissan Technical Center Europe in United Kingdom.
Nissan hasn’t gone into any specifics but as far as we know the 2014 Qashqai will be offered with a newly developed 1.2-liter turbo DiG-T gasoline mill rated at 113 bhp. It should be joined by a 108 bhp 1.5-liter dCi and a larger and more powerful 128 bhp 1.6-liter dCi. Later on during the vehicle’s life we could also see a hybrid version or even an EV.