The 2019 Nissan Altima’s Looks Are Here to Stay
Even if the 2019 Nissan Altima isn’t your cup of tea, you should be paying close attention to it and its design. According to Nissan, the sixth generation of the Altima is going to become the new standard for its sedan design.
The most notable recent production vehicle used as inspiration for others in the Nissan lineup was the 2016 Nissan Maxima when it made its debut in a 2015 Super Bowl commercial. Its language of dramatic creases, flowing lines, and new V-motion grille were then translated onto the Nissan Sentra, Murano, Rogue, and other vehicles.
It seems as if the Nissan Altima’s new design features will stay within the family of sedans, as the automaker is looking to make these vehicles stand out. The market as a whole is calling out for crossovers and SUVs, Nissan wanted to make sure that its more traditional offerings were targeted at the drivers most likely to buy them.
“Our studies clearly identified a large group of people who choose sedans over crossovers because they see sedans as more efficient in terms of space and energy – and as vehicles that work equally well with clients as with carpools,” said Albaisa. “We pictured empowered people who want everything in their lives – from homes to offices to fashion to cars – to be functional yet stylish every single day. The all-new Altima is exactly that.”
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The major difference between the new and old Nissan Altima is the 2019 model’s lower, wider, and longer platform. Many drivers will probably be happy with the Altima’s lower hood, made possible thanks to the new engines introduced in the redesign.
Watch the video below to learn more about the 2019 Nissan Altima’s new style and get ready for the vehicles to come.