Nissan is set to unveil an X-Trail Clean Diesel Model at the 2008 Integrated Exhibition of the Environment in Hokkaido that will run from June 19-21 and the G8 Hokkaido Toyako Summit that is scheduled for July 7 to 9. The setting for the unveiling of the new X-Trail is of importance. Climate change tops the agenda of the G8 meeting. Aside from the clean SUV that Nissan will offer and unveil, the company is set to launch a clean-diesel version of the Maxima and it is expected that this modle will be introduced in 2010. The X-Trail’s technology is co-developed by its French partner, Renault. The X-Trail is powered by an eco-friendly M9R engine, an engine that can deliver powerful acceleration with emission levels that is low enough to meet tough Japanese regulations. It is expected that the X-Trail Clean Diesel hits the market in September this year.