No one likes a cluttered work environment. It can make it hard to find what you need and can make you work less efficiently. That is why Nissan is cutting back on the clutter with the new Nissan Altima interior. This clean look is aimed at giving drivers a more serene environment.
“There’s been a conscious decluttering and grouping – consciously reducing buttons but then also keeping (the ones that remain) away from each other,” Alfonso Albaisa, Nissan’s senior vice president-global design, told WardsAuto in a recent interview.
The next-generation Altima will make its debut for the 2019 model year. It will feature a floating-style infotainment screen on the upper dash as opposed to a smaller screen found in the center stack in current models.
It will still utilize a few hard buttons for functions like audio settings, the camera, day/night control, climate controls, and others. In fact, the buttons will actually be larger than before. Albaisa said this change was made after input from drivers who found small knobs frustrating.
Separating the top screen from the lower climate controls is a sleek, faux-wood and satin-silver trim that gives the cabin an upscale, sophisticated feel. We will learn even more about this new model as it gets closer to its on-sale date later this year, so stay tuned to Haddad Nissan for all the relevant information!
Official exterior sketch reveals an expressive, sophisticated all-new 2019 Altima and hints at the future of Nissan’s sedan design language.
The all-new 2019 Nissan Altima made waves last month when its official exterior sketch was revealed. The sketch helped to build the anticipation for the newest version of the top-selling vehicle, and its unveiling at the 2018 New York International Auto Show secured its status as the new global face of Nissan sedan design. If you’re looking for a car that perfectly straddles the line between a professional business vehicle and a sporty weekend vehicle, the sophisticated 2019 Altima hits it out of the park.
The all-new sixth generation Altima is longer and sits a little lower than previous versions of this beloved vehicle, achieving a sportier silhouette without sacrificing sophistication. In recent years, sedans sales have been waning as American drivers turn to crossovers and compact SUVs—including Nissan’s popular Rogue. With the all-new Altima, Nissan hope to reinvigorate the midsize sedan segment.
The Altima sketch shows how the car uses the elegant Vmotion 2.0 concept car as inspiration for its new design, featuring bold and sporty lines while also maintaining an expressive and sophisticated air. For drivers who still prefer the sedan segment for its efficiency, functionality, and style, the all-new Altima is sweeping in to impress these drivers with all the performance, elegance, and Nissan Intelligent Mobility technology it has to offer. Make sure to come see it at Haddad Nissan later this year!
As one of the most affordable mid-size sedans in the industry, the 2018 Nissan Altima holds a place in the hearts of drivers of all ages. Its technology, efficiency and style are unmatched. The 2019 Nissan Altima, however, could revolutionize the midsize sedan segment as we know it.
The 2019 Nissan Altima is based off the Vmotion 2.0 concept car from the 2017 Detroit Auto Show.
Recent spy shots show what’s in store for the next-generation Nissan Altima. The recent prototype indicates that the sixth-generation Altima is based on the Vmotion 2.0 concept car we saw at the 2017 Detroit International Auto Show.
Angular headlights, a V-shaped grille, and floating roof are all present on the prototype. The interior boasts a digital screen and ergonomic knobs that make function a top priority, and from the looks of the gear shift, it seems the Continuously Variable Transmission will carry over to the next generation.
The 2019 Nissan Altima will certainly feature several of the brand’s electronic driving aids. These technologies are capable of helping drivers brake, maintain lanes, and keep an eye on their blind spot, among other things.
There’s no indication as to what lies beneath the hood though. Will Nissan drop the V6 engine and offer an available turbocharged four cylinder instead? Only time will tell.
The 2019 Nissan Altima is expected to arrive in dealership showrooms in late 2018.
We here at Haddad Nissan couldn’t be more excited to see the 2019 Nissan Altima in person!
The Nissan Altima has always been a stylish, savvy, and dependable sedan—but the 2016 Altima features offer more than this sedan has ever before. Here are the key features in the 2016 Nissan Altima:
New Exterior. Aerodynamic features like Active Grille Shutters automatically close at highway speeds and decrease wind resistance on your car, boosting your fuel efficiency. But it’s not just fuel-efficient—the redesigned grille gives the Altima a signature look. Available LED headlights adjust to be used at day or night, and the taillights give drivers behind you great visibility of your car.
Interior Comfort. When it comes to luxury, the Altima doesn’t hold back. Available leather-appointed seats are cushy and opulent. Dual-zone climate control with available rear vents keep everyone comfortable. Even the center console is redesigned, so you’ll have easy access to all your controls. And believe me, you’ll want access to all the innovation offered.
Innovative Technology. NissanConnect keeps you in communication when you’re behind the wheel. You have access to the internet, your phone, and tons of music. And available premium Bose speakers will fill your car with songs. The Advanced Drive Assist Display projects all of your information right in your line of sight so you won’t even need to look away to check your mph, directions, or Caller ID.