Nissan IDx Freeflow

TOKYO (Nov. 19, 2013) - Today Nissan unveiled a pair of concept cars with radically different characteristics, created by a new approach to product development, that together offer a new take on authenticity. The IDx concepts on the Nissan stand at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show are case studies. The first is a casual/lifestyle-focused vision, the IDx Freeflow. The second is IDx NISMO, an ultra-sporty model of the future that looks as if it came directly from a driving simulator.
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Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Nissan and Heisman House

Nissan and Heisman House

Nissan and Heisman House

Nissan and Heisman House

Nissan awards $89,360 in grants

Nissan awards $89,360 in grants

The Nissan-powered KCMG LMP2 squad

The Nissan-powered KCMG LMP2 squad

Nicolas Hammann in the CA Sport #23 GTS Nissan NISMO 370Z

Nicolas Hammann in the CA Sport #23 GTS Nissan NISMO 370Z

Nicolas Hammann in the CA Sport #23 GTS Nissan NISMO 370Z

Nicolas Hammann in the CA Sport #23 GTS Nissan NISMO 370Z