Nissan Motor Company unveiled its all-new Sentra compact sedan at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show.
The current seventh-generation model was launched at the same motor show back in fall 2012. The Sentra is the North American model name for the Sunny in Japan. After the Sunny was discontinued in 2004, it became an exclusive model for the North American market. The current Sentra has been labeled as a sibling model to the all-new Sylphy.
Exactly three years after its debut, the current Sentra has undergone its first significant makeover. The front end has been redesigned with updates to its grille, fender, bonnet, and headlights. Following in the footsteps of the new Murano, Maxima, and Altima, Nissanâ€™s new design language is featured on the restyled Sentra.
In addition to its newly designed steering wheel, which resembles that of the Fairlady Z, the interior features an updated center console and shift lever. The seating fabric has been upgraded and it comes with driverâ€™s side power seating for its top-of-the-line grade. Underneath the dashboard is a new TFT LCD display for the meter.