The exterior of the next-gen Sentra gets an appearance more akin to the existing Altima and Maxima. There is a popular, V-shaped grille, and the arched headlights that emphasize the pointier appearance.
At the back, the engineers put black tape over the C-pillar. Nevertheless, the covering does not hide that the new Sentra wears Nissan’s floating roof styling. The taillights also have a pointed shape to match the headlights.
2021 Nissan Sentra Interior
On the within, this Sentra has a six-speed manual transmission, suggesting that Nissan isn’t abandoning a three-pedal layout for its little sedan. The center stack resembles the Altima, including installing the infotainment display screen as a different screen on top of the control panel. Chrome trim adds a glossy flourish over the black upholstery.
2021 Nissan Sentra Powertrain
The Sentra’s powertrain is a mystery. A CVT alternative appears extremely likely, though. Modified engine choices are also most likely to fit with the other upgrades.
Earlier reports suggested that the new Sentra would look a lot like the Chinese market Sylphy (gallery above). Based upon these spy shots, this details was exact. The V-shaped grille, drifting roof, and pointy taillights are on-screen on both models. The cabins appear similar, too.
2021 Nissan Sentra Debut
Nissan confirmed last year its objective to debut the new Sentra in America in 2019. With the year currently majority over, the company is running out of time to reveal the model. November’s Los Angeles Auto Show might be the location to reveal the next-gen Sentra to the U.S. Sales would start in 2020.