Known for their inventive crossover designs, Japanese Car Nissan is debuting a new breed of sporty crossover 2016 Nissan Gripz, intended at a new, younger age group of buyers.
Exterior and Interior
There is the color blend with the black bonnet, in compare with the body, to evoke the coupe, characterize by a smooth, daughter of the technical system with front engine and back wheel drive. And if the clues have their significance becoming more and more constancy from the premise that 2016 Nissan Gripz might get a new Z series, maintaining the similar mechanical outline. Pending further particulars emerge, the teaser video we extrapolate the imagery of the front, angular, with the extensive radiator grille at the middle, it extended more than any other model of Nissan’s current production. The new Nissan Gripz 2016 design does include a few key elements first seen in Geneva on the Nissan Sway, for example, the V-motion grille, front and rear boomerang lamps, a floating roof in addition to a kicked-up C-Pillar. At the back, you’ll find a pair of chromed trapezoidal exhaust pipe which as well help make this concept look quite sporty.
What will be the pattern of the interior it is still an obscurity, we know, though, how will the instrument pane. Remember a chronograph, because of the grouping of necessary information on a single round element. Double exterior stairway for tachometer in addition to the speedometer, then three portholes devoted to battery voltage, oil temperature as well as the selected gear. In all likelihood would be configurable info if necessary.
Engine and Mileage of 2016 Nissan Gripz
The 2016 Nissan Gripz’s drive train is also a mystery; it might be either a turbocharged gasoline engine, probable a four-cylinder or else a hybrid drive train. Whatever the case, it must generate in excess of 200 horsepower agreed its sporty appearance. Should this study sample a Z-badged crossover, I would not be surprised it incentive came from the 2014 Nissan Juke Nismo RS’ 1.6-liter four-banger.
- year: 2016
- make: Nissan
- 0-60 time: 7 sec. (Est.)
- Top Speed: 125 mph (Est.)
Release date and Price of Nissan Gripz 2016
No info on Release date and Price
Perhaps the most thrilling thing about the new Nissan Gripz 2016 is that it might preview a future Z sub-brand crossover, a daily 370Z if you will, though not essentially replacing the 370Z in any way.
It will definitely be fun to see what Japanese carmaker choose to do with the design of 2016 Gripz.