Nissans new Pulsar officially revealed in Europe
Nissan has revealed an all new five-door family hatchback model, called the Pulsar which will go on sale in October. The Pulsar will target Euro-zone class-leaders like the Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf.
The Pulsar is set to have the longest wheelbase in its class
Three engines for the Nissan Pulsar are announced for the moment: the 1.5-litre dCi 110PS in diesel and 1.2-litre DIG-T 115PS and 1.6-litre DIG-T 190PS in gasoline. Some versions will be offered with the Xtronic CVT automatic transmission. The CO2 emissions start at 95 grams / km.
The Pulsar is set to have the longest wheelbase in its class, which should make for a spacious cabin with plenty of rear seat space, although it remains to be seen how much boot space will be available. Plenty of the advanced technology seen on other Nissan models is to make it onto the Pulsar, including around view monitor, park assist and LED headlights.
The Pulsar will be available with a generous list of safety and assistance systems such as blind spot warning
The Pulsar will be available with a generous list of safety and assistance systems such as blind spot warning, lane departure warning, moving object detection and forward emergency braking. It will also boast the second-generation NissanConnect system offering Smartphone integration and access to a wide variety of apps.
Nissan Pulsar unveiled press release
|nd to deliver intelligent design and technical innovations to a wider audience. Advanced technologies As Nissan drivers have come to expect, the new Pulsar is packed with a range of accessible and useful technologies designed to make drivers feel more confident and comfortable. Nissan's reputation for introducing new-to-sector technologies has been strengthened with a wide number of features usually reserved for premium or luxury models. Nissan's advanced Safety Shield - a suite of systems and technologies that combine to offer a fully comprehensive 'safety net' for drivers - is also fully integrated into the Pulsar's design. This advanced network of usable yet highly advanced technologies help drivers to fully enjoy the potential of the new Pulsar with complete confidence. Among the systems offered in the new Pulsar are Forward Emergency Braking, Moving Object Detection, Lane Departure Warning and Blind Spot Warning. Nissan's ongoing drive to deliver sector-first technologies mean that the Pulsar is the only car in its sector to offer Moving Object Detection, Lane Departure Warning and Blind Spot Warning as standard on at least one model in the range. The Pulsar also features Nissan's second-generation NissanConnect system - that comes with a range of innovative features including full smartphone integration, Google® Send-to-Car and access to a wide variety of useful and informative apps. Another advanced technology integrated into the Pulsar's design are LED headlamps. First introduced to the Nissan range on the Qashqai and X-Trail, the Pulsar's distinctive LED front lights produce a crisp, white light and have the added advantage of using 50 per cent less power than conventional bulbs. Efficient and powerful drivetrains In keeping with Nissan's approach to innovation and reduced costs for owners, the Pulsar's engine all-turbocharged engine range delivers the perfect combination of performance and efficiency. The 1.2-litre DIG-T petrol unit punches above its weight with an output of 115PS, while the 1.5-litre dCi generates 110PS and 260Nm of torque. An even more powerful 190PS 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol engine will join the range early in 2015. Continuing Nissan's successful downsizing philosophy, the new Pulsar's engines are high on performance and low on emissions, with CO2 outputs below 95g/km*. The Pulsar is also offered with Nissan's advanced XTronic automatic transmission. Engineered to deliver the best of both worlds for drivers it features ultra-smooth power delivery at low engine speeds and positive, direct shifts under heavier loads. Setting new standards for cabin space Thanks to the longest wheelbase in the class (2,700mm) and clever packaging, the Pulsar offers considerably more rear legroom and shoulder room than its sector rivals. Indeed, with 692mm of rear kneeroom, the Pulsar is more spacious than many D-segment offerings. Yet despite this it retains a compact footprint (length 4,385mm), making it easy to park in tight urban environments. Energetic, athletic styling Instantly recognisable thanks to its trademark Nissan V-motion grille and boomerang-shaped lighting signature with bold and energetic curves on the body side, the Pulsar was designed and engineered for Europe and will be built at Nissan's Barcelona production facility. Embedded with the same design DNA that gives the Qashqai and X-Trail such powerful road presence, the Pulsar combines strong lines with immaculate detailing to create an elegant, athletic form. Like its crossover stablemates, the Pulsar is characterised by bold wheel volumes, a tapered waistline and a flowing profile. The confident, premium approach continues inside, where high quality materials and clear design are perfectly integrated with Pulsar's unusually high equipment levels. ENDS|
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