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2025 Nissan Patrol Y63 Redesign and Features

  • The new Patrol will drop its 5.6 L V8 engine in favor of a downsized twin-turbocharged V6, promising more power (336 kW) and improved fuel efficiency.
  • A brief glimpse of the new model reveals tall lead headlights, taillights with a full-width rear light bar, and a modern dashboard with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
  • The Patrol will share its body shell, chassis, and engine with the new Infiniti QX80, which features a boxier and more contemporary design.
  • Spy photos indicate differences such as vertical vents on the front wheel arches and traditional pull-type door handles.

The next-generation 2025 Nissan Patrol has been teased for the first time ahead of its debut and arrival in overseas showrooms within the next 12 months. Australian arrival timing is yet to be locked in, but there is a chance the new Patrol could follow its Y62 predecessor in reaching local showrooms multiple years after the US and Middle East.

2025 Nissan Patrol Y63 Redesign
2025 Nissan Patrol Y63 Redesign

Nissan has confirmed the new 4WD will be unveiled and go on sale in select overseas markets within the Japanese fiscal year 2024, which the company’s definition places between April 2024 to March 2025.

It had already been confirmed the new Patrol would drop its 5.6 L V8 for a downsized twin-turbocharged V6, promising more power—336 kW in its recently revealed Infiniti QX80 luxury twin—and improved fuel efficiency.

A brief glimpse of the new Patrol was given in a Nissan Future model preview on Monday afternoon, showing tall lead headlights and taillights with a full-width rear light bar.

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As with today’s models, the new Patrol (or Armada as it is badged in the US) is expected to share its body shell, chassis, and engine with the new Infiniti QX80, which is boxier and more contemporary in appearance than the outgoing model.

Spy photos show the Patrol will have different front wheel arches with vertical vents and traditional pull-type door handles rather than flush-fitting pop-out units compared to the QX80.

A more modern dashboard with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for right-hand drive markets, as available in left-hand drive countries for multiple years, is almost certain.

No mention has been made of hybrid or plug-in hybrid power for the new Patrol, and Nissan executives have previously said an electric version will not be feasible until next-generation solid-state battery technology is ready in 2028.

The Y63 Nissan Patrol will use a version of its QX80 twin’s 3.5 L twin-turbocharged petrol V6, but it may be detuned from the Infiniti’s 336 kW and 690 Nm outputs, up from 298 kW and 560 Nm in the 5.6 L V8.

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