For the 2015 model year, the current Altima had been updated with new standard content like NissanConnect with Navigation and Mobile Apps, Blind Spot Warning, Moving Object Detection, Lane Departure Warning, and several other tweaks and bonuses.
Its appearance had remained unchanged, however, something that Nissan intends to address with this midcycle refresh. Pierre Loing, Nissan North America’s vice president of product planning, said they were planning something “significant” for the Altima midcycle, though he declined to mention what kind of changes exactly.
“If you look at fuel economy, we’re very good,” he added. “Altima is 38 miles per gallon. It’s a light car. It’s already up there, and of course we will reinforce this when we do the midcycle.”
The all-new, completely redesigned 2013 Nissan Altima has created a lot of buzz since it arrived in dealerships several weeks ago. This innovative sport sedan has been installed with features that were only seen on luxury models prior to the new Altima’s influx. Three of these features we’d like to highlight all center around the rear-camera of this vehicle.
One available luxury option on the 2013 Altima is Lane Departure Warning. The rear camera scans the road for lane markers and the camera is ‘smart’ enough to know if the car departs from the confines of the lane. If this occurs, the camera sends a signal to light up an icon on the dashboard and relay audible cue sounds to the driver.
Blind Spot Warning is another luxury feature that can help make the driver aware of their surroundings. If another vehicle enters Altima’s blind spot, an icon lights up on the dashboard to alert the driver. If the driver disregards the warning and attempts to change lanes by activating their turn signal, an audible cue will sound to alert the driver again.
A third available feature on the new Altima is Moving Objective Detection. When the car is put in reverse, the camera quickly begins scanning the environment behind the vehicle. If the camera detects a moving object while scanning this area, a beeping cue sounds and a yellow frame surrounds the rear camera image in the center dash in the car’s interior.
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The Nissan Altima has long been a powerhouse in the auto industry and was the second-best selling car in America for 2011. That’s not good enough for Nissan though. Nissan is now making a push to become #1 with a completely redesigned version for the 2013 Altima.
The brand new 2013 Nissan Altima was completely redesigned for looks, driving experience, technology and more. Nissan President and CEO Carlos Ghosn was at the New York Auto Show for the reveal. “This new Altima builds on the fundamental reputation earned over four generations for quality and reliability — and adds class-leading levels of value, innovation, dynamic performance and premium style,” said Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn.
Altima fans will have to sit tight until June before the 2013 version goes on sale. For now, the video of the revealing of the 2013 Altima will have to do.
Nissan is constantly making its vehicles better but the 2013 version of the Nissan Altima is ready to be something special. Nissan engineers redesigned the Altima and are very excited to show the world what the new Altima will be.
Nissan announced that the 2013 Nissan Altima would be put on display at the New York International Auto Show in April. Since the announcement that it would be shown there, Nissan has been releasing teases along the way.
Enjoy the following four teaser videos showing off the Altima. These videos give just enough of a glimpse into how special the 2013 Altima is going to be.