The automaker’s next car is expected to arrive sometime in 2019, and its next car will probably be a convertible with a larger, more expensive interior.
The first convertible in 2021 will likely be a hatchback with an engine of at least 300 hp, according to AutoGuide.
That’s a big increase from the current 2,200 hp sedan, which is expected for 2019.
The next model to come to market will probably come in 2019 or 2020.
As a result, it’s possible that we’ll see more of these “cabriolet” coupe-style sedans in the future, and that means we’ll probably get some more hatchbacks with more power.
This is why the automaker has already announced plans to make the 2018 Nissan LEAF a sedan, and why it’s already planning to bring a hatch to market in 2021.
While the carmaker has yet to announce pricing or release dates, AutoGuide said it expects the new sedan to be “at least $60,000 more than the LEAF,” which it says will come with a 1.8-liter turbocharged engine that will make 325 hp.
In addition, the automarkings site says the new model will come in three different trim levels: “Deluxe,” “Mid-Range” and “Ultimate” models.
As you might expect, the 2018 Leaf will have an active safety system that will help with safety in the event of a crash.
This will be a big change for the automakers new sedan.
It won’t be the same as the LEAV, which had a steering wheel-mounted safety camera, though, since it will have no such feature.
Instead, it’ll have a radar system that can detect an object in the vehicle’s path and use that information to slow it down.
That system will work in tandem with a radar-equipped rear view camera.
The automarking site said the car will also have a second camera in the back, which will be able to see the road ahead and take a picture of any cars on the road.