A number of automakers are already planning to unveil the next generation of their cars in 2019, but which will it be?
A recent report claims that Nissan is set to launch its next car in 2019 – and it has revealed that its first car will be an SUV.
According to The Telegraph, Nissan’s first new car, which is being built in Japan, will be the crossover version of the company’s Leaf.
However, the car will not be called a “Leaf”.
Instead, it will be called the Leaf-X, which will be based on the new-generation SUV.
The report claimed that the car could be called something like the Nissan LEAF-Z or the Nissan Leaf-Z.
The car’s name will be unveiled at a special event in 2019 in Tokyo.
The announcement follows the announcement last week that Nissan will launch a new SUV next year – the Nissan Juke.
According the report, the Juke will be launched as an all-new sports utility vehicle, and will come with a petrol-electric hybrid powertrain.
The new SUV is expected to be sold in the UK and other countries.
The Jaguar XE, the Jaguar XJ, and the Nissan Yaris are expected to debut in 2019.
A report from the German newspaper, Bild, claimed that Nissan’s next car will also be a crossover – and that it will feature a “lighter, more spacious” design.
The cars will be powered by a new battery, a new electric motor and a new all-wheel drive system.
However the report claimed there would be no crossover versions of the Jaguar and Nissan, as the companies are planning to focus on a range of models in 2019 and 2020.
The main challenge for Nissan, according to the report is that it does not have enough space for a crossover.
The company is also hoping that the new SUV will be better in the interior compared to its current range of midsize sedans.
The news comes after a similar report that said that Jaguar had announced a crossover version for 2019.
According a new report, Nissan has confirmed that it is planning to announce its new crossover in 2019 but the company will not reveal the name.
According an article in Auto Express, Nissan is aiming to launch a crossover in 2020 that will be equipped with a more powerful electric motor.
The plan is to sell the crossover at around 500,000 euros (£420,000) and will cost between 1.2 million and 1.7 million euros (£1.6-2.1 million).
However, it is unclear whether Nissan will be able to bring the crossover to market at the same time as the Leaf SUV.
The news comes on the heels of the launch of the Nissan SEP, which has been delayed to 2020 due to delays in the supply of batteries.
Nissan is planning on making the crossover as a mid-size crossover, which would mean that the next-generation Nissan Leaf would have a much smaller footprint.
Earlier this year, the company announced that it was going to sell a range-extended version of its flagship SUV, the Nissan Pathfinder.
The updated vehicle will feature an all new, smaller engine with an overall size of around 700 cubic centimeters (2,200 cubic inches), while a new engine, which could be powered entirely by the electric battery, will also feature a powertrain based on a new hybrid system.