2015 Nissan Almera C-segment prototype caught for the first time

Here we have the first spy pictures of the next-generation Nissan C-segment hatchback testing in Spain.

The mules have been seen before, but this is the first time a full disguised production model has been pictured on the road.

It is not known yet will the Almera name carry on or will the new hatchback get a new name this time.

This new 5-door mid-size hatchback will be a 2015 model and design wise it will follow a new modern design we have seen on all new Nissan models.

With the heavy camouflage it is hard to see the details, but the design will obviously follow the new modern, more flowing design we have seen on all the latest Nissan products.

Engine range will include a variety of small petrol and diesel units. We wouldn’t be surprised if the all-electric version with the tech from Nissan Leaf is also introduced later.

Going against the likes of new VW Golf and Ford Focus, this new C-segment Nissan hatchback will be a global car with European production taking place at Nissan’s Sunderland Plant in UK. Expected world debut is in the second half of 2014.


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