Nissan has unveiled its brand new Luxury Luxury line of vehicles, a line that will compete with BMW and Audi in the market for luxury luxury brands.
Nissan Luxury will be powered by the same platform as its current Luxury range, with the new model offering an array of new technologies and technologies aimed at offering a range of premium levels to the customer.
The Luxury lineup of vehicles includes the Leaf, Leaf EV, X-Trail, and Xterra.
Both the Leaf and the Leaf EV have already sold out in the UK.
On the passenger side of the Luxury model, Nissan will offer the brand’s new Leaf EV with a range-topping petrol engine, the first to offer such a petrol option in a luxury car.
As part of the introduction, Nissan has also announced a range for the Luxory Luxury, with a new range of 300kW and 1,800kW petrol engines.
While Nissan has already introduced the Nissan LEAF, the Luxure Luxury has been delayed, and is set to launch at the end of this year.
This is a significant step forward for the brand, as it is one of the few luxury brands to offer both a plug-in electric drivetrain and an all-electric drivetrain for the range.
Despite the delays, the launch of the new Luxure models is expected to bring Nissan close to its goal of selling 30 million vehicles in the next five years.