The all-new Nissan X-Trail may have already been launched in the U.S. as the Rogue, but it has yet to make its way to other markets like the Asia-Pacific. In fact, Nissan is still offering the third-generation model globally including in the Philippines.

Since it may take a while before the all-new generation arrives in the region, Nissan decided to release a special edition called the Leather Edition. Despite its unique name, the Leather Edition actually looks more like a special Black Edition with its neat touches of black accents on the exterior and interior.

Nissan X-Trail Leather Edition image

Starting with the outside, the front grille, front and rear bumpers, side door moldings, and tailgate trim all come with a dark chrome finish. Even the specially-designed aluminum-alloy wheel has been painted in a dark color to complement the crossover's more sinister-looking appearance.

As for the X-Trail's cabin, the seats and the gear selector are covered in either or black or tan leather to give it a more sophisticated look. Both the driver and front passenger seats are power-adjustable too for added luxury and comfort.

Nissan X-Trail Leather Edition image

But what could be perhaps the most important upgrade on this particular X-Trail is the passenger slide-up seat. This special feature will allow persons with disabilities, get in and out of the car more easily. It works via a remote control which allows users to rotate and lift the seat, as well as slide and recline it for ease of use.

Nissan X-Trail Leather Edition image

Aside from the standard Leather Edition, Nissan also revealed the X-Trail Autech and X-Trail X edition variants. Starting with the former, the Autech special comes with unique dampers from Sachs, along with bespoke 19-inch alloy wheels. It also has blue accents, blue contrast stitching, and the Autech logo stitched in blue on the black leather seats for added appeal.

Nissan X-Trail Leather Edition image

The X-Trail X, on the other hand, equips the crossover with chassis upgrades that guard the underbody of the vehicle. Moreover, the X-Trail X comes with specially-designed aluminum wheels, jet-black front grille, and blacked-out door handles for a sportier finish.

Nissan X-Trail Leather Edition image

With Japan set to get their hands on the X-Trail Leather Edition come November 5, could it also make its way to the Philippines? After all, we do get our X-Trail models from Japan. Maybe Nissan Philippines can offer in limited numbers and call it the 'Black Edition' since it has blacked-out elements present.