Nissan debuts their latest Sports Sedan at the 2014 North American Auto Show. The car offers an advanced look at the future of the production line, embodying Nissan's signature design.
Nissan is preparing to unveil their latest Sports Sedan Concept car at the 2014 North American Auto Show, also known as the Detroit Auto Show. While little is known about what this exciting vehicle has to offer, here’s what we managed to find out before the event.
The Japanese manufacturer revealed that the concept car offers “an advanced look at a future production sports sedan” and indicates that it provides an “energetic design direction that amplifies Nissan's legendary approach of applying sports car principles to a sedan.”
Amongst the new features is the IDx Freeflow and ISx NISMO’s innovative, eye-catching design that is offered in the latest generation of compact vehicles. The first represents a casual lifestyle-focused vision of vehicle design while the latter is an ultra-sporty design that was influenced by video games.
While the carmaker hasn’t revealed any more details about this exciting car, rumors indicate that it may be the same car that was previewed at Nissan’s 360 event in California last year, making it likely to be the 2015 Maxima. Currently, the present generation Maxima is built in Tennessee and was launched in 2008. Autocar indicates that the vehicle shares a very similar architecture to the current Maxima that will likely be replaced by 2015, making this concept a likely successor to the lineup.
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