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Nissan has a stellar roster of vehicles lined up for 2022. Here's a rundown of what you should expect.

Find out what Nissan has in store for 2022

As 2022 draws closer, Japanese automotive titan Nissan is putting it’s best foot forward with its latest lineup of car models across all classes. Currently, Nissan’s operations in Thailand consist of 5 companies and 2 production bases with a network of over 200 showrooms and car service centers across the country. 

The lineup for 2022 has just been updated with the latest versions of the Almera, e-Power, GT-R and Navara. Let’s take a closer look into what the automaker has up its sleeve for the new year.

Nissan Navara

The newest edition of the Nissan Navara will boast a sportier exterior decorated with sharper frills and graphic patterns wrapped around the whole of the chassis, making for a rather masculine and aggressive transformation into 2022. The wheel sizes have been upgraded across all variants such that now more spoke and hubcap options will be available for customization.

The Navara will be outfitted with new black upholstery and bright orange stitching alongside a more ergonomic headrest for both driver and passenger. With a 360 degree camera atop the roof, the safety features of the Navara are in line with the top of the industry with lane assistance and parking correction technology.

Nissan GT-R

Racecar buffs are more than familiar with Nissan’s household name GT-R. For 2022, the car looks set to come with an unexpected set of upgrades. The exterior has been revamped to a new level of aggression, sporting upgraded position, fog and rear lights using new LED technology. 20-inch alloy wheels and a carbon fiber black 4-pipe titanium muffler make the GT-R yet another addition to the best-of lists of car magazines worldwide.

The interior is also not to be underestimated when it comes to the Premium Edition of the GT-R. Hand stitched leather has been sprawled out across the whole of the inside alongside the carbon fiber control panel with upgraded safety controls and gear shift assistance atop steering wheel tilt control.

Power and performance have always been the signature of the GT-R, and 2022 is set to be a year of no exception. The newest edition of the GT-R Premium boasts a 3.8 liter twin-turbo V6 petrol engine with 24 valves, 555 horsepower, 632 nm of torque, and 6-speed dual clutch gearbox paired with a full four-wheel drive.

Nissan Almera

Families worldwide are well acquainted with the Almera, and with the new year fast approaching, it may be time for an unexpected upgrade as the latest features unveiled by Nissan continue to turn heads across the industry.

The latest model of the Almera will come with Nissan Almera 15-inch alloy wheels with 195/65 R15 tires that is sure to please car buffs who want to be close to the race track. Those who live in challenging climates will be pleased to see upgrades in the LED headlights with LED dimmer and Signature Light technology. The upgrades continue with LED taillights and signature brake lights that were not previously available in earlier models. 

The body size of the 2020 Nissan Almera (Nissan Almera) with code N18 is larger in almost every dimension compared to the previous model. With added cargo space and generous legroom, the driving and riding quality of the Almera has increased twofold just in time for 2022.


What other models would you like Nissan to upgrade for the new year? Let us know in the comments!

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