Nissan manufacturer has rebadged the Altima as the Teana for the Chinese market. The design will be dedicated for Chinese customers and will have interesting lines for the younger audiences as well. Although Teana will go on sale in early March, the manufacturer has released some details about the model such as infotainment system, new relief grille and headlights that are sweptback. New details like chrome trim, leather seats, dark wood interior trim and metallic accents are something that Chinese will surely like a lot in their cars.
But, far from all is the fact that the Teana will come with "zero gravity" seats that are translated into reduced fatigue on long distance voyages.
Under the hood Nissan will fit a new QR25DE engine that will transfer its power using a Xtronic continuously variable transmission. As the producer claims the fuel efficiency will increase and the acceleration will feel better than ever.
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