The website for the new Nissan QASHQAI has now been launched with interactive features. Let your imagination flow by not just designing your own QASHQAI but also the scene around it. From security cameras to mail boxes and dumpsters to pigeons, you can make the cityscape unique so it's not just the QASHQAI that can call the street its own but you as well.
Customising the QASHQAI and its urban space is just one of the website's features. Called My QASHQAI, you can choose the colour, the wheels of the car and then your own number plate. Once the car is finished, the urban space that the QASHQAI finds itself in can also be made unique by creating its own 'spot'. The website allows you to change the surroundings, the road surface and even the backdrop that the QASHQAI is parked in front of by choosing from a range of wall art designs to make the spot truly urban.
The website is also a place to explore what this compact cross-over has to offer. The 'urban proof experience' allows you to go round city streets and watch an animated demonstration to discover design features of the car. You can continue the experience by discovering what's in the cockpit style cabin by taking a look at the panoramic roof, the interior space and the centre console to see what it's like to be in a QASHQAI.
To drive round the urban streets and discover the QASHQAI log on to www.nissan-qashqai.co.uk . In addition to the interactive features, information can be obtained on the UK launch and a brochure can be ordered.
The Nissan QASHQAI was designed and engineered in the UK and will also be produced at the company's plant in Sunderland. Described as a new take on the family hatchback, the QASHQAI goes on sale early next spring with a choice of four freshly designed engines and front- or, unusually, four-wheel drive.
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