Since May, a Nissan announced an agenda with seven new features for South American markets. Among the firsts, a restyling of the middle of the life cycle for the current Frontier, which will remain in Argentina. The renewed pickup should also feature updates to the chassis.
In the neighboring country, the novelty should start to be produced between the end of 2021 and the beginning of 2022. The new Frontier has already been spotted in tests in Mexico, but still under heavy camouflages. Now, a new image has emerged in Thailand and has shown the look of Nissan’s renovated pickup truck without any disguise, giving more details of what the final product should look like.
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The photo shows a lot of the front of the new Nissan Frontier. The most notable change is due to the front grille. Larger and more advanced, the piece is similar to that of Titan, a large pickup truck that the brand offers only in North American markets. In addition, the grid is now surrounded by chrome elements. The bumper also appears redesigned, with new shelters for the auxiliary headlights.
In addition to having a new look, the new Nissan Frontier made in Argentina should have the chassis revised as well. The model was developed in conjunction with Mercedes-Benz and Renault, giving rise to the X-Class and Alaskan, respectively. With the end of the German brand’s project, the Japanese truck will adopt structural reinforcement solutions that were exclusive to the X Class.