The new SUV reportedly drops the naturally aspirated V8 for a twin-turbocharged V6.
The Armada’s profile shows an upright shape, and it appears to be slab-sided. The SUV rides a multi-spoke wheels with a black finish.
The rear has a thick spoiler hanging over the back window. The taillights now appear to be vertically oriented rather than the horizontal layout on the current model. The bumper has a chunky appearance and an opening in the middle for attaching the tow hitch.
Source: Next-Gen Nissan Armada Spied Testing For First Time