New Nissan Altima Interior Goes for Clean Look
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!