2017 Nissan Micra interior spied, reveals all-new dashboard

Posted on: Sep 27, 2016 - 12:52pm IST

Will make its world debut on September 29.

A pre-production prototype of the next generation Nissan Micra was spied at a parking strip in an European city. One of the spyshots, uploaded by user ‘205Gentry’ of WorldScoop Forum, offers a first look at the new Micra’s interior, which is a giant departure from the outgoing model.

2017 Nissan Micra interior spied
Most of the interior design is familiar from the Nissan Kicks.

The new Micra’s interior is influenced by Nissan’s latest design language. Most of the design cues seem to be borrowed from the Nissan Kicks, featuring a new steering wheel design with long spokes and small steering pad, dual tone dashboard housing a touchscreen infotainment system, large chrome-finished HVAC vents on either side and new instrument cluster. More details will be revealed during its unveil scheduled on the day after tomorrow.

Nissan has already released the first teaser of the new Micra, which reveals the front- and rear-ends. Like the interior, the exterior design will be a revolutionary jump from the outgoing model, featuring a bold Nissan V-motion grille, angular projector headlamps, new taillights that protrude and a roof spoiler.

2017 Nissan Micra front spied
Like the interior, the exterior design will be a revolutionary jump from the outgoing model.

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The new Micra is based on Renault-Nissan’s modular CMF platform (specifically CMF-B), and will be manufactured at Renault’s plant in Flins, France, starting in the coming weeks. It will be sold only in European markets, whereas the India-spec model, which will also be exported, is expected to be slightly different.

2017 Nissan Micra – Image Gallery

[Source: Worldscoop Forum]

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