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The new generation Nissan Serena 2021 will be launched in October 2020

Rendered images of the new generation Nissan Serena 2021 MPV show a more novel style design, while maintaining the traditional styling from its predecessor.

The 5th generation Nissan Serena MPV has been on sale since 2016 in Japan and was the best-selling MPV at the time. Although Serena received an upgraded mid-life version in 2019 with many interesting technology features, that throne was overtaken by Toyota Voxy in 2020.

Nissan understands that it is time for Serena to have a complete change and after five years it looks like a brand new version will officially launch in October 2021. Based on the rendered images present on the cover of the Japanese media, the new generation Nissan Serena 2021 will no longer retain its serene beauty.

According to the new images, Serena’s design language is quite similar to its Elgrand brother, including a large grille with thinly stacked headlights, integrated DRL daytime lights.

The new generation Nissan Serena 2021 will be launched in October 2020
The front end shows a very striking and unusual design. Meanwhile, the overall styling of the Nissan Serena 2021 still shows the tallness, certainty and practicality – which has been featured since the second generation launched in 1999. Nissan Serena 2021 may inherit powertrain from its predecessor, with 2.0L 4-cylinder MR20DD and 1.2L 3-cylinder HR12DE e-Power engine.

Some sources said, the engine configuration HR12DE e-Power may be slightly adjusted to increase maximum capacity from 134 hp to 138 hp. In addition to the drivetrain upgrade, the next-generation Serena is also likely to get an improved 2.0L ProPilot autonomous steering system. It was a revolutionary technology at the time and the Serena was the first Japanese car to be equipped with an autonomous steering system.

The question here is: Can this next-generation Nissan Serena be able to regain the number one spot in the MPV segment in the Japanese market? Perhaps all will have to continue waiting for the Japanese automaker’s official information on Serena in the near future to get their own answer.

Source: Kienthuc

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