Nissan Highlights from the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show

TOKYO (Nov. 21, 2013) - Nissan revealed two concept cars at the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show, the IDx NISMO and IDx Freeflow, which took center stage along with the revolutionary all-electric Nissan BladeGlider. The GT-R NISMO, unveiled a day earlier, added to a star line up that drew packed crowds on the show's first media day. Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn introduced the vehicles and offered further insight in an interview with the Global Media Center.
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Dieter Zetsche (left) and Carlos Ghosn

Dieter Zetsche (left) and Carlos Ghosn

The NISMO Lineup in Europe

The NISMO Lineup in Europe

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

Pulsar NISMO Design Concept

2015 Nissan NV200

2015 Nissan NV200

Nissan cleans up London with the world's first car-powered graffiti

Nissan cleans up London with the world's first car-powered graffiti

Nissan cleans up London with the world's first car-powered graffiti

Nissan cleans up London with the world's first car-powered graffiti

Nissan cleans up London with the world's first car-powered graffiti

Nissan cleans up London with the world's first car-powered graffiti