Thailand became the first country in Asia to launch the all-new Nissan Almera last week, at an event called "Challenge All Beliefs" in Bangkok.
The big news with the all-new Almera is the new 1.0-litre turbo engine which makes 100 PS and 152 Nm of torque, with a fuel consumption of 23.3 km/l.
On the exterior, the all-new Almera’s design features a lower, wider, and longer exterior dimensions using Nissan's Emotional Geometry design language, while retaining the Almera's roomy interior spac
Key elements of the Emotional Geometry design language in the new Almera include the V-motion grille, boomerang-shaped headlamps and tail lamps, kick-up C-pillars, and a floating roof.
The new Almera's interior has also been totally redesigned to accommodate a new instrument panel, infotainment screen, steering wheel and seats.
The cabin also features high-quality design and exemplary craftsmanship with head- and legroom to spare, retaining its reputation for best-in-class roominess.
Another area where the all-new Almera stands out is its Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies that provide front, side and rear safety monitoring and intervention. The exciting technology is a key component of Nissan's vision of how vehicles are driven, powered and integrated into society.
Technology wise, safety innovations include Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Intelligent Emergency Braking, Blind Spot Warning, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert. With four cameras on the front, rear and side of the vehicle, the new Almera offers Intelligent Around View Monitor and Moving Object Detection.
The NissanConnect multi-infotainment system with 8-inch touchscreen Color Display Audio (AIVI) also keeps customers ahead of the curve by bringing infotainment, navigation, safety, security and more under a single platform, with seamless connection via smartphone.
The all-new Nissan Almera comes in five grade levels in Thailand - S, E, EL, V and VL – and six dynamic colors - Radiant Red, Monarch Orange, Storm White, Black Star, Gun Metallic and Brilliant Silver.
Now that the car is available in Thailand, it should be arriving in neighbouring countries within the coming months, so watch this space for more updates on the all-new Almera.
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