On February 13th, the all-new Nissan Sport Sedan Concept and Nissan Sentra NISMO Concept will make their national debuts at the Canadian International Auto Show (CIAS) in Toronto this February - providing a glimpse into the future design potential within the Nissan brand.
Nissan today provided an advanced look at its future design direction with the world debut of the Nissan Sport Sedan Concept during a press conference at the 2014 North American International Auto Show.
Design has long been a differentiator between Nissan and its competitors – along with performance, innovation and technology. Now, as the company celebrates its 80th anniversary, it is doing so with the world debut of the Nissan Sport Sedan Concept at the 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
First there was the Nissan Resonance, with its boldly futuristic aerodynamic styling signalling the direction of upcoming Nissan mid-size crossovers. It made its world debut at the 2013 North American International Auto Show.
On the 80th anniversary of Nissan's founding a forward-thinking group of Nissan planners, engineers and designers gathered to grapple with a question: "How can we leverage Nissan's heritage of innovation to engage digital natives -- the new generation of ‘user innovators' who value the experience of creative collaboration at least as much as actual products?"
More than a concept, Nissan BladeGlider is both a proposal for the future direction of Nissan electric vehicle (EV) development and an exploratory prototype of an upcoming production vehicle from the world's leading EV manufacturer.
Nissan BladeGlider, debuting at the Tokyo Motor Show, is both the future direction of Nissan electric vehicles and an exploratory prototype of the Nissan ZEOD RC from the world’s leading EV manufacturer.