The T90 is based on the platform of the current Nissan Murano. It’s a rather large SUV, measuring 4.793/1.865/1.592mm with a wheelbase of 2.765mm. It’s Venucia’s second crossover after the T70, launched in 2015, which is based on the platform of the first generation Nissan Qashqai. The T90 has a love-it-or-hate-it design, with a coupe-like roofline inspired by the BMW X6 and Honda Crosstour, which should appeal to Chinese car buyers, but less so to export markets, for which it isn’t meant anyways. The interior is very modern, with a large 12.3 inch (1920×768) touch screen on top of the center console, but the engine is less modern: an old naturally aspirated Nissan 2-liter petrol with just 144hp and 198Nm, coupled to a 6-speed manual transmission or a CVT. Prices range from 109.800 yuan (€ 14.900,- / US$15,900) to 154.800 yuan (€ 21.000,- / US$22,500), similar to the Geely Boyue, which has much more traditional styling.