Nissan has expanded its already extensive SUV line-up by launching the all-new 2021 X-Terra in the Middle East.

Powered by a 2.5-litre four-cylinder engine, paired with a seven-speed automatic transmission, the all-new X-Terra promises to deliver a robust four-wheel-drive experience with features including four-wheel lock, brake limited slip differential and electronic locking rear differential.

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It also features a suite of advanced Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies including Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Warning, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Intelligent Driver Alertness and Intelligent Emergency Braking.

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The designers have obviously drawn much inspiration from the flagship Patrol, especially up front, with its V-motion grille with a thick frame and horizontal chrome bars within. The C-shaped LED signature headlamps are also similar to those on the Patrol.

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Inside, the instrument panel has a full-width horizontal design, stretching from door to door. A 9-inch intuitive touch-screen display screen dominates the centre console.

Nissan claims the X-Terra delivers best-in-class ride comfort thanks to its ‘Zero Gravity’ seats in the front and second row. And it also claims noise reduction around the engine compartment and the use of acoustic glass on both the windshield and side windows help create a relaxed and quiet cabin.

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The all-new Nissan X-Terra will be available in seven exterior colours, including bright brown and burgundy. The exterior is matched with premium black and light grey interior colours that add to the richness of the vehicle.

The X-Terra 2021 will go on sale from December 2020 at Nissan showrooms across the Middle East.