2022 Nissan Qashqai - the all-new third-generation Qashqai



Nissan cements its leadership position in the European crossover segment with the introduction of the all-new third-generation Qashqai. More than three million Qashqai have been sold since Nissan invented the segment in 2007.


For this new iteration, Nissan has retained the guiding principles that guided the concept, design and development of the previous two generations of Qashqai: elegant design, enhanced packaging and powertrain. efficient dynamics, combined with enhanced quality and a higher-class driving experience. Thanks to the new Alliance CMF-C platform, which showcases cutting-edge engineering, innovation and cutting-edge technology, the new Nissan Qashqai will once again elevate its position in the crossover segment and customers will feel the ethos. there.


Like its predecessors, the styling of the new Qashqai is handled by the Nissan Design Europe team based in central London (UK), while its engineering is done by the Nissan Europe Technical Center, located in Cranfield, Bedfordshire ( Brother).


"The starting point for the design and development of the all-new Qashqai was an in-depth analysis of the relationships we've had with all of Qashqai's customers over the past 13 years. That's helped us. understand their needs and, especially, what they value in a crossover they use and trust every day," said Marco Fioravanti, Vice President of Product Planning, Nissan Automotive Europe.


Outstanding attraction, elegant design


As with the previous two generations, the design for the all-new Nissan Qashqai was launched from Nissan's European Design Studio in London, UK.


While the Nissan Qashqai is unmistakable in terms of styling, the third generation is muscular, sharper and more modern.


On the outside, the Qashqai's raised stance is more purposeful, with prominent ribs, an extended wheelbase and an impressive set of 20-inch alloy wheels first introduced with the Qashqai.


The vehicle's wheelbase has increased by +20mm with the overall length increased by +35mm. Height increased slightly (+25mm) and width increased +32mm for improved road presence.


The front end of the all-new Nissan Qashqai features an enlarged Nissan V-Motion grille, finished in chrome with a satin chrome secondary border to emphasize its precision. This is flanked by slim all-LED advanced matrix headlights with signature boomerang-shaped daytime running lights. The super tight gaps between all these details create a premium and precise impression.


The front lighting on the new Qashqai has been enhanced over the previous model for a slimmer, sharper design thanks to the use of LED technology.


Viewed from the side, the new Qashqai looks sportier and more dynamic, with a 'straight line' running through the car from front to rear, giving the car a very horizontal presence, but also conveying a sense of dynamic.


The new generation Nissan Qashqai will be available for the first time with 20-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels (the previous generation offered wheels up to 19 inches). These larger diameter wheels fill the arches and further contribute to the vehicle's aggressiveness on the road.


Customers appreciate individual touches, so the new Qashqai will be available in 11 body colors in five two-tone combinations, creating 16 variations to choose from.


The atmosphere inside is enhanced


Connected, comfortable and commanding, the cabin of the new Nissan Qashqai sets a new segment standard for premium feel, distinctive design and enhanced usability.


Creating a reassuring and calming environment, a new white ambient lighting system is used throughout the cabin, with its uniformity giving a harmonious and premium impression.


Wide attention has been paid to the ergonomic and aesthetic quality of the toggle buttons and buttons with high quality, tactile feel giving the user a sense of confidence and sophistication.


Connected Control


The new Nissan Qashqai offers an advanced infotainment system with a diverse portfolio of connectivity services including easy smartphone integration, in-car WiFi for up to seven devices and NissanConnect Services, a dedicated app used for vehicle interaction and monitoring.


The larger, higher-resolution 9-inch NissanConnect display is a digital gateway for vehicle navigation, entertainment and settings, and is compatible with both Android Auto® and Apple CarPlay®, with wireless Apple CarPlay® also introduced.


The high-resolution 12.3-inch all-electronic TFT multi-information display offers a choice of configurable layouts to display navigation, entertainment, traffic or vehicle information, all controlled controlled from a new tactile dial on the steering wheel. A traditional "Kiriko" cut glass texture has also been added to the TFT's digital background - a touch of Nissan's Japanese DNA.


The new 10.8-inch HUD (HUD) display offers the largest image size in its class. Main navigation, driver assistance and road information are projected onto the windshield in the driver's field of vision.


The Home-to-Car skill is compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa devices. The system supports a wide range of commands, including the ability for drivers to submit a destination to the car's navigation by talking to their smart device, minimizing the time it takes to enter a destination.


Through the NissanConnect Services app on a smartphone, vehicle control functions are available such as remote horn and lights, as well as remote door locking and unlocking. Smart alerts can also be set up including speed, time and time zone with app notification if vehicle exceeds set parameters.


Without using phone navigation, drivers can access 3D Maps & Live Traffic, including advanced navigation features such as radio map updates, real-time traffic conditions, and more. real, Google Street View and fuel prices. Door-to-door navigation is also available through the app which includes a My Car Finder function.


Connectivity expands for all occupants with the control box now offering front and rear USB charging connections with both USB-A and USB-C ports.


Comfortable Commander


The new Qashqai continues to provide drivers with a sense of command over their environment with improved front, side and rear visibility. Improvements include a wider windshield opening angle, a slimmer front pillar design, and a door-mounted rearview mirror, instead of a pillar, to help reduce areas of visibility.


The longer wheelbase of the new Qashqai combines with efficient packaging to create more space for the user. Knee space for rear occupants has increased by 28mm to 608mm, with more distance between driver and front passenger created. Front and rear headroom has been increased by 15mm thanks to a small increase in exterior dimensions.


Reality personified


A powered hands-free rear door makes boot access easy when hands are free. Overall luggage capacity has increased by more than 50 liters compared to the previous generation in part thanks to the cargo floor being lowered by 20mm due to the improved rear suspension.


The common features of the predecessor, such as the storage compartment above the wheel arches and the Flexible Luggage Table System, are continued and improved for the new model, with profiled panels. back, as well as durable mats on one side and wipeable plastic on the other.


Improvements in the ergonomic design of the doorways mean that the new Nissan Qashqai is also easier to get in and out of than previous generations, especially evident in confined spaces such as multi-storey car parks. When space allows, parents will appreciate that the rear door opens to 85 degrees, allowing babies and toddlers to sit in child seats more easily.


Electrified powertrain


Supporting Nissan's goal of achieving 50% of electrified sales in Europe by 2024, the new Nissan Qashqai will not only be powered by a 1.3 DiG-T petrol engine equipped with mild hybrid technology, but it also represents the European launch of e-POWER, a Nissan creation and award-winning powertrain that utilizes technology from the company's pioneering Nissan LEAF electric vehicle.


Available in both 2WD and 4WD variants, a 6-speed manual transmission or the new Xtronic transmission and an all-electric motor drive system thanks to e-POWER, the all-new Qashqai powertrain options meet every requirement. customers with a refreshing ride at the heart of all powertrain configurations.


Gasoline 1.3 DiG-T 138hp / 156hp 12V Mild Hybrid


The 12V mild-hybrid system available on the new Qashqai is a more affordable hybrid technology that provides torque assist, extended idling stops, quick restarts and car stops [Xtronic only] , with improvements in both fuel economy and CO2 output (-4g/km).


The positive impact of the mild hybrid's power management on CO2 is competitive, and the 1.3-litre engine offers more power and torque than mainstream competitors, making the engine variant gasoline became an attractive offer. The mild hybrid system adds only 22kg to the vehicle's overall mass.


When decelerating, energy is recovered through regeneration and stored in a Lithium-ion battery. This charged energy will then be delivered during Idling Stop, Coasting Stop (Xtronic versions only) and Torque Assist.


When the vehicle is stopped at speeds below 18 km/h and the brakes are 'on', the engine is switched off and the stored energy is used to power the vehicle's electrical equipment. This allows for longer engine stop times and reduced fuel consumption.


The mild hybrid system is combined with the refined and prestigious 1.3 DiG-T petrol engine that was introduced to the Nissan Qashqai in 2018. This engine has been further improved for the new Qashqai with 50 engineered components. new and fully compliant with Euro6-d.


The 1.3 petrol engine will be offered with two power outputs - 138hp and 156hp - with either a 6-speed manual transmission or the new Xtronic transmission (only 156hp). Maximum engine power reaches 5500 rpm, with a maximum torque of 270Nm at 1750 rpm on the 156 hp Xtronic and high-power MT variants.


On manual transmission versions, the transmission has been improved to provide a faster, more direct and sportier shifting feel. The new generation Xtronic transmission offers better fuel economy and acceleration thanks to improvements including a new double oil pump system with a new electric oil pump.


2WD is available on both 138hp and 156hp versions, while 4WD will only be available on 156hp Xtronic models. The new 4WD control system and more intuitive and intelligent driving selection mode adapts itself to outside conditions with five driving modes - Standard, ECO, Sport, Snow and Terrain. In the event of any wheel slippage, the time it took for the 4WD system to operate was reduced from five to about 0.2 seconds.


E-POWER


The new Qashqai is deploying Nissan's innovative e-POWER powertrain to Europe for the first time. Exclusive to Nissan and a key component of the company's Smart Mobility strategy, the e-POWER system is a unique approach to electrification by making every day of driving enjoyable.


Qashqai's new e-POWER system includes a high-capacity battery and an integrated powertrain with a class-leading variable compression ratio 154hp petrol engine, generator, inverter and 140kW electric motor sized and capacity similar to that found in Nissan's electric vehicles. It's a unique solution that combines the exciting, seamless linear acceleration that characterizes EVs without charging.


To meet the common needs of European consumers and their daily driving needs, the e-POWER installation system has been significantly upgraded for the new Nissan Qashqai. The application in the Note - Japan's best-selling car in recent years - is the 1.2-litre petrol engine that charges the battery and the final output is 106hp. For Europe, it was upgraded to a 1.5-litre petrol engine, with a final output of 140kW (187hp).


The unique element of e-Power is that the gasoline engine is used only to generate electricity, while the wheels are driven entirely by the electric motor. This means the engine can always run within its optimum range, resulting in superior fuel efficiency and lower CO2 emissions than traditional internal combustion engines.


Thanks to pure electric motor drive, there is no lag like with traditional internal combustion or hybrid engines. Instant response delivers exhilarating high torque and best-in-class acceleration at different speeds to make overtaking or entering the highway easier and more confident.


Similar to the LEAF, the new Qashqai e-POWER benefits from an all-new 'single-pedal' driving experience known as the e-Pedal. The driver can start, accelerate and decelerate with just the accelerator pedal.


CMF-C Platform


The new Qashqai is the first new model in Europe to use the CMF-C platform, embodying modern automotive architecture and technology.


The heart of the engineering concept is to keep the Qashqai's current proportions, "just right" and key to its success, meaning it's comfortable on urban roads and fits comfortably in parking spaces. car, while providing a great interior space.


Structurally, the white bodywork uses lighter materials, as well as advanced welding and stamping techniques to increase strength but also reduce weight. For the first time, the hatchback rear door on the Nissan Qashqai is now made of composite materials, saving 2.6kg.


The front and rear doors, front fenders and hood, all made of aluminum, reduce the weight by 21kg compared to the Qashqai's white body.


The net advantage for the customer, thanks to advanced manufacturing techniques, is that the entire white body is 60kg lighter and 41% stiffer than the old model. This means refinement, driving comfort and driving response from the upper echelons, plus exceptional security in the event of an accident - as well as benefits for efficiency. the overall result of the vehicle.


New suspension and steering design


The new Qashqai will continue to deliver a rewarding driving experience – building on its reputation as a refined and complex vehicle, but still enjoyable when the roads twist.


Thanks to the CMF-C platform, the new Qashqai has an updated Macpherson strut set up at the front and at the rear. For the two-wheel drive Nissan Qashqai specified up to and including 19" wheels, the rear suspension is a torsion beam configuration. For 20" wheels and all-wheel drive versions, it will equipped with an advanced multi-link system.


Power steering has been upgraded, with improved response, better feel around the center of the driving range and reduced friction.


Upgraded ProPILOT driver support


The new Qashqai will be equipped with the next-generation ProPILOT driver assistance feature, providing better driver assistance in a variety of situations. Called ProPILOT with Navi-link, the system is designed to reduce driver fatigue and stress and is intuitive to use. [Only available with Xtronic transmission].


ProPILOT with Navi-link can accelerate and brake in single lane on highways. The system can accelerate the vehicle to travel at a set speed and can brake the vehicle down to 0 km/h when the vehicle is heavily stopped. The system can resume automatically if the vehicle is stationary for less than three seconds and the vehicle ahead moves away.


On the new Nissan Qashqai, the updated system can now adjust the car's speed according to additional external circumstances: when the car crosses the lower speed limit zone on the highway, the system can read road signs and take into account navigation. system speed limit data to slow the Qashqai to the appropriate speed, meaning the driver does not need to manually adjust the cruise control speed.

2022 Nissan Qashqai - the all-new third-generation Qashqai 2022 Nissan Qashqai - the all-new third-generation Qashqai Reviewed by Góc chia sẻ 'Of Nhân on June 02, 2021 Rating: 5

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