Nissan Kicks Officially Unveiled at Brazil

Described by Nissan as “a stylish crossover built for busy city-dwellers”, the Nissan Kicks has been officially revealed in Brazil.

The B-segment subcompact crossover has slick aerodynamic design, and measures 4,295 mm in length, 1,760 mm in width and is 1,590 mm tall. It stretches across a wheelbase of 2,610 mm.

The car’s exterior has a futuristic design, a dynamic fluidic body language with sharp creases running across the car’s side. Nissan claims that the Kicks’s designed in way to improve fuel economy and reduce the cabin noise.

According to Mamoru Aoki, Executive design director, Nissan “The dynamic flow and voluminous body shape contrast strongly with sharp edges and details it also. We call this emotional geometry.”

On the car’s front we see a V-motion grille and sleek boomerang headlights. The Kicks also gets a colorful floating roof.

Stepping inside, we see Nissan’s Gliding Wing Dashboard, a seven inch infotain system in the center and a flat bottom steering wheel. Here’s what Nissan says about the car’s interiors, “promises best in-class passenger space in the rear, despite the coupe-like roofline"

No information about the car’s powerplants is out yet, but it’ll probably be powered by a 4 cylinder engine.

The Nissan Kick will begin sales in August in Brazil. It competes with the Honda HR-V and Mazda CX-3.

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