Nissan has pulled the covers off their 2023 Altima sedan, now sporting new looks, additional safety features and more available tech.

Similar to the current model, the refreshed Altima will be available with two engines, front- or all-wheel drive. In total, there will be eight grades available to consumers: the base S, which is only available in front-wheel drive, the SV, SR and SL, all of which are available as either FWD or AWD, and the SR VC-Turbo, only available as FWD.

The biggest stylistic changes are in the front, where a new fascia and updated “V-Motion'' grille spearhead the sedan. Standard LED headlights bookend the grille with integrated turn signals and matching daytime running lights. In back, new taillights flank the four-door. Up top, an available moonroof can be equipped. Two new exterior colors, Gray Sky Pearl and Garnett Pearl Metallic, enter the lineup alongside four new aluminum-alloy wheel options.

The cabin’s redesign sees a revised instrument panel and dual-stitch fabric for the SR grade. Higher trims, such as the SL and SR VC-Turbo, will also benefit from a new 12.3-inch touchscreen center display. It’s capable of smartphone integration, but only Apple CarPlay is wireless. Speaking of cord cutting, a wireless device charging pad and WiFi hotspot are also standard on the SL and SR VC-Turbo, and available on the SV.

Most 2023 Altimas will utilize a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine-- front-wheel drive models will see 188 horsepower and 180 lb-ft of torque, where all-wheel drive models will pull 182 hp and 178 lb-ft. Consumers who opt for the SR VC-Turbo will derive power from a 2.0-liter engine, aptly turbocharged to produce 248 horsepower and 273 lb-ft of torque. No matter which engine is selected, an Xtronic transmission is paired up with it.

The 2023 Nissan Altima is expected to go on sale this fall. At this time, no official MSRPs have been confirmed. Currently, 2022 Altimas start around $25,000 and max out around $35,000; we don’t expect Nissan to stray too far away from this range.