The reveal of the 2014 Nissan Rogue crossover will take place next Tuesday, coinciding with the debut of its global cousin, the third-generation X-Trail, at the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show in Germany. We recently spotted a prototype for the new Rogue
testing in the U.S., which confirmed that its styling has been influenced by the Nissan’s Hi-Cross concept
We now have a teaser photo showing one of the headlights of the 2014 Rogue. It resembles the headlight on the Hi-Cross concept and appears to also feature some LED elements.
The new Rogue will be one of the first vehicles spawned from the flexible platform known as Common Modular Family
(CMF), developed by engineers from both Nissan and its alliance partner Renault. It’s expected to debut with a four-cylinder engine mated to a CVT and further down the track we may see a hybrid version launched.
Sales will commence later this year and pricing shouldn't deviate much from the 2013 Rogue’s $21,170 sticker. A public debut in the U.S. will take place at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show in November.
Stay tuned for an update, and for more from the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show, click here
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