The Navara Trek-1º is clearly aimed more at leisure buyers than tradesmen, and will be limited to 1,500 vehicles across Europe.
Based on the top-level Navara Tekna specification, the Trek-1º model adds black styling bars in the tray and under the side sills, black 18-inch alloy wheels, hard tonneau cover, load bed divider and tray liner.
The Navara Trek-1º name comes from the longitude of the Navarre desert in Spain, after which the Navara is named.
Only two colours will be available; a metallic black and a pearlescent white. Two variants of the Navara 2.3-litre turbo diesel engine are available – a 160hp unit with a six-speed manual gearbox, and a 190hp version with either the manual or a seven-speed automatic transmission.
Being based on the Tekna mode, the Navara Trek-1º gets standard satnav with the NissanConnect infotainment system, DAB digital radio, multiple manoeuvring cameras, rear parking sensors and LED headlights. However, it appears to have lost the Tekna’s heated leather seats, as they are described as optional.
UK pricing and details specification is yet to be announced. The Navara Trek-1º is will be launched across European markets “in the coming weeks”, so details should be available soon.