This is the Nissan Pulsar, or else the new model of the C Class of Nissan, which enters deeply, perhaps in the most competitive market segment. The design follows the same design approach as the Qashqai, X-Trail and Note, the new family hatchback of Nissan is combining “a bold design, technological innovations and plenty of interior spac , bringing a new dimension to the C Category, offering the known, unmatched quality of a Nissan, in a stylish package ” , says the press release of the company.
Thanks to the longest wheelbase in its class ( 2,700 mm ) , the Pulsar offers some more legroom for the rear passengers, relatively to other models in the class. Usable space for the knees of the rear passenger reaches 692 mm. The Pulsar has a length of 4.385 mm with the design combining sharp lines, large wheels, the conical type waistline and the flowing profile, making it a stylish sporty looking hatchback.
Equipped with LED lights that produce a crisp, white light,while also having the added benefit of consuming by 50 percent less energy than conventional bulbs. Inside the Nissan wanted to give a premium touch, using high quality materials and rich equipment. Additionally, the Pulsar features the second-generation Nissan Connect, accompanied by a range of innovative features such as full connectivity with smartphones, the Google ® Send-to-Car, and access to a wide variety of useful and informative apps.
It will initially be available with two turbo engines. Specifically, the 1.2 liter DIG-T petrol engine delivering 115 hp and the 1.5 liter dCi diesel engine producing 110 hp and 260 Nm of torque with 95 g/km emissions of CO2, the Pulsar will be offered with both six speed manual manual transmission, as well as versions with automatic XTRONIC transmission of Nissan. Later a 1.6 liter engine of 190 hp will be added.
The new Pulsar is equipped with an array of comfort and safety technologies , between which there is the safety system Safety Shield of Nissan, which consists of a pallet of systems and technologies that are combined to offer a complete and comprehensive ” safety net ” for the driver and passengers, the emergency braking system (Forward Emergency Braking), the Moving Obstacle Detection System (Moving Object Detection), the Warning sharp lane changes (Lane Departure Warning) and Blind Spot Warning (Blind Spot Warning).
The Pulsar will be manufactured at the company’s factory in Barcelona, Spain, with sales to begin in the autumn.