Friday, October 30, 2020

2022 Nissan Pathfinder: new illustrations...

 



These new illustrations imagine a next-generation Pathfinder looking very much like a big Rogue. Which is OK, I guess. Although I would expect a bit more. 
The next pathfinder is expected to get the new 3.8 Liter V6. And will probably replace its CVT with the new Nissan 9-speed auto currently used in the 2020 Frontier also. 



7 comments:

Anonymous said...

If Nissan adds a 250 hp turbo to the new Rogue, the Pathfinder will not be as relevant, except for its size.

FFEMT6 said...

You had me at "probably replace the CVT," yes please. That and the illustrations look pretty damn good. Looking forward to seeing the new Pathfinder.

FFEMT6 said...

You had me at "probably replace the CVT," yes please. That and the illustrations look pretty damn good. Looking forward to seeing the new Pathfinder.

Anonymous said...

Maybe it's the angle in this picture but the rear tires seem wider than the front tires.

Anonymous said...

This rendering is complete garbage. Just watch the Nissan next A to Z video and take a look at the “P” vehicle which is the next Pathfinder. Even though the video is purposefully dark to obscure details, you can clearly see it’s nothing like this crap rendering. I think the render carscoops did months ago is probably closer to what we will actually see whenever Nissan finally decides to reveal this thing. (Rumor has it, reveal is coming in December and on sale in early spring of 2021.)

Anonymous said...

Considering these same guys nailed their rendering of the Rogue, I am confident this is as close to accurate as a rendering will get

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 7:10AM, this rendering is off in at least two areas, the headlights and the C/D pillar. Just like the other poster said, watch the Nissan next video and you’ll see this rendering is obviously off. Also take a close look at the spy photos floating around, zoom in on the rear C/D pillar and you can make out the outline of the shape underneath the camo. The carscoops render is much closer than this one.