The all-new 2021 Nissan Rogue returns for a new set of spy shots, this time using an entirely different camouflage and using us our very first look at its interior.
2021 Nissan Rogue Spy Shots
The last time we saw the 2021 Rogue undergoing testing, it included black and white camouflage tape glued to the body, whereas in these new pictures, it features a more loosely healthy black camo of the car cover kind. This is great as it enables us the best look yet at the upcoming Rogue’s front end.
The similarity with the all-new Juke stands out, with the new Rogue embracing the current iteration of the V-Motion grille that reaches much deeper towards the bumper, a lower grille that also advises of the subcompact model, and split headlights.
2021 Nissan Rogue Exterior
Mind you, while the LED DRL bars put on top seem to retain the same look like those on the 2020 Juke, the main headlamp units appear to embrace a rectangular shape instead of a round one– unless Nissan is still concealing their true design and those are just decoys.
The 2021 Rogue also appears more dynamic seen from the side thanks to the beltline that increases towards the rear and the gently sloping roofline. We can also find bulged wheel arches but just at the front, most likely due to this being a prototype with some parts excluded, intentionally or not.
At the back, the liftgate glass appears huge enough, so rear exposure shouldn’t be an issue. The roofing spoiler is more considerable than previously and welcomes the rear screen on each side, while the taillights embrace a more horizontal design. In general, the 2021 Rogue appears sportier on the outside than its predecessor.
2021 Nissan Rogue Interior
Our professional photographers managed to snap the interior also, revealing a modern control panel with a fully-digital instrument panel and an enormous central touchscreen with physical knobs and buttons underneath. Also visible is the short and thick electronic shifter that follows the current industry trend, while the chunky center tunnel also features a rotary dial which, we presume, is for the infotainment system.
2021 Nissan Rogue Engine
While it’s prematurely to tell whether the new Rogue, which is anticipated sometime next year as a 2021 model, will gain a new engine or will carry on with the 170 HP 2.5-liter four-cylinder unit of the existing model, a CVT transmission appears like a sure thing. A detailed security tech update must also be present.