Nissan unveiled the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder Concept in Detroit last month, and although the concept is a preview of the production version coming this fall, Nissan did not release any of the specs on the interior.
The 2013 Pathfinder will return to a unibody platform, which will provide some upgrades for the interior, including a flat floor. Other interior features include heated and cooled front seats, heated 2nd row seats, heated steering wheel, power tilt and telescoping steering wheel, Nissan Intelligent Key with Push Button Start, and a Bose Audio System with 13 speakers.
“The Pathfinder Concept demonstrates that when it comes to modern interior design, you can have it all – premium features, versatility and user-friendly technology,” said Castignetti. “By giving equal priority to both the driver and each and every passenger – including those in the 3rd row – we’ve created a premium driving experience and environment for all.”
Nissan also expects the 2013 Pathfinder to have one of the roomiest 2nd rows in its class and 3rd row access will be easier thanks to the 2nd row that can slide forward 5.5 inches. The 3rd row also reclines for more comfort for passengers stuck all the way in the back.
The 2013 Pathfinder’s interior will also get tech features like Nissan’s Around View Monitor, a tir-zone climate control system, Bluetooth, power rear liftgate and row headrest-mounted DVD display screens.
The 2013 Nissan Pathfinder will debut at the 2012 New York Auto Show in April.