Lets talk about 2016 nissan maxima revealed – This new image reveals that the 2016 Maxima will be remarkably close in terms of exterior design to the Nissan Sport Sedan concept car which was shown at the 2014 Detroit auto show. The sedan will obtain the new company grille which has already unfold to the Nissan Rogue, and it is going to additionally keep the dramatic personality strains seen on the Detroit show thought.
2016 Nissan Maxima Reveal
The headlight eyebrows had been toned down just a bit on the manufacturing model, along with the foglight inlets being integrated into the front bumper and being painted physique color. The profile of the facet windows has also been revised for the production version, with a much less rakish look, one aimed toward maximizing (no pun meant) visibility, though a black-painted personality line in the C-pillar continues to the again just like we noticed on the concept model of the sedan. The shutline of the rear doorways has additionally been softened slightly on the production automobile.
The 2014 Sport Sedan Concept also featured a very rakish roof with the angle starting all the way at the A-pillar — something that would have compromised headroom in a production car. Aside from these items and the usual nonproduction auto show exaggerations like wheels, ground clearance, door handles, and impossibly tiny mirrors, the 2016 Nissan Maxima Reveal stays true to the concept version.
We’ll see the production 2016 Maxima in the metal at the New York auto show in April, where Nissan will reveal the full production specifications of the upcoming sedan.
reveal interior styling that is far sportier than we’ve come to expect from the Maxima. Looking like a proper cockpit, the 2016 Maxima features a high center console with a stubby shift lever adding to its sporting aura. The center console also looks to be slightly angled toward the driver, creating a wrap-around sensation.
Although paddle shifters appear to be absent, the Maxima’s steering wheel does feature a motor sports-inspired D=shaped rim. Behind resides two analog gauges with a larger LCD screen positioned in between.
Nissan has already unveiled the exterior styling of the new Maxima, which resembles the Nissan Sports Sedan Concept shown in Detroit last year. The 2016 Maxima wears Nissan’s “V-motion” front end and shares the Nissan Murano concept’s “floating” roof design.
Under hood we’re expecting a 3.5L V6 with at least 300 horsepower on tap. Like the Ford Taurus and Chevrolet Impala, the 2016 Maxima will employ front-wheel drive rather than the sportier rear-wheel drive setup found in the Dodge Charger.
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