Nissan to present sports sedan concept in Detroit

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014. Filed under: Destinations Motoring
Nissan has announced that it will present a new sports sedan concept car at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. ©Nissan

Nissan has announced that it will present a new sports sedan concept car at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
©Nissan

(Relaxnews) – At the North American International Auto Show, opening its doors Saturday, January 18, the Japanese manufacturer plans to debut a new concept car in the form of a sports sedan. The model is designed to exhibit Nissan’s shift towards a new visual identity.

A few weeks ahead of the show, Nissan is teasing this mysterious model with a single snapshot, revealing a curvaceous hood and slender headlights.

In addition to this newly announced sedan concept, Nissan will present the IDx Freeflow (road) and IDx Nismo (race track), two notchback coupe concepts, in their North American premiere at the show.

The North American International Auto Show takes place from January 18 to 26, 2014 in Detroit. Website: naias.com

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