The marketing companies for Nissan in Latin America and Southeast Asia have unveiled the NP300 Navara, their own version of the restyled mid-sized pickup. The NP300 Navara provides a glimpse of the new Nissan Frontier that will arrive at the United States in 2015. The next-generation Nissan Frontier pickup is touted to have larger and more accentuated front and rear lights as well as more contoured body styling.
It will also boast of a V-shaped front grille, in line with the carmaker’s newest passenger car designs. The NP300 Navara will have the same design, save for the homologation and market-by-market differences under the hood.
The images of the NP300 Navara tells that the Nissan Frontier for the US will have a more rounded front corners as well as headlights sweeping back from the front end.
The NP300 Navara will feature a redesigned interior and center console with high-resolution color instrument panels. Nissan’s global planning chief Andy Palmer said that the NP300 Navara will offer “more comfort, convenience, and SUV-inspired features.”
Nissan, meanwhile, posted a 26-percent surge in sales of the Frontier in the US in the first five months of 2014 to 30,221 units. Fred Diaz, Nissan’s senior vice president for US sales and marketing and operations, has been credited for increasing sales of the Frontier since he was tapped from Chrysler in 2013.