Nissan has launched its new rolling chassis wing for its latest models.
The new wing is designed to support the S-Class sedan, the new X-Class crossover, the upcoming S-Pilot SUV, the 2018 Kia Optima, and the 2018 Nissan Leaf.
The wings, made from composite materials, will be available for purchase in early 2018.
The wing’s purpose is to improve aerodynamics and aerodynamics on the S and X models and the Kia, which will use the new wing in its 2018 model.
Nissan says the wing will be able to increase the cabin space by 10 percent, which is comparable to the S sedan and the Leaf, but it will be priced competitively with its existing wing, which costs $1,800.
The new model’s new wing will also be used on the KIA Optima crossover, which features a new roof, interior, and door panels.
A total of three wing kits will be offered: a carbon fiber version, an aluminum version, and a titanium version.
Nissan did not provide any details on pricing, but the company says the new design will be the same for all models.