All Nissan Design articles – Page 5

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    Nissan Mixim


    The Mixim has compact electric motors powering both axles which helps it adopt the unconventional package of central driving position flanked by two passengers set slightly rearward - similar to the BMW Z13 of 1994 and McLaren F1 except for there also being a small rear seat behind the driver.

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    Nissan NV200


    The NV200 concept shows a possible design direction for a future global Nissan van.

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    Nissan GTR


    The GT-R has long been an iconic car in Japan and its appeal has spread, largely as a result of starring in Sony's Playstation 'Gran Turismo' games and movies such as '2 Fast 2 Furious'.

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    Nissan Round Box


    The exterior of the Round Box concept follows the current Japanese trend for concept cars featuring a predominantly square base section, with wheels pushed to the extreme corners and a more rounded upper body and cabin.

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    Nissan Pivo 2


    By far the most provocative and advanced of the four concepts shown here by Nissan, the Pivo 2 is a more globular version of the Pivo shown here two years ago.

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    Nissan Qazana concept


    Nissan's Qazana concept is a design study that showcases ideas for a future small crossover from the Japanese firm.

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    Nissan Murano


    This is the second-generation Murano, one of the most important show debuts at LA.

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    Nissan Fuga


    The Tokyo show wouldn't normally be pertinent to the Infiniti brand - as it doesn't sell in Japan - but the new Nissan Fuga did inadvertently become the first full-car preview of the next Infiniti M due next year, as it is a straight re-badge of its upmarket sister model.

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    Nissan Roox


    Another boxcar launch at Tokyo - this time a production model - was the skinny, tall and spacious four-seater Nissan Roox.

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    Nissan Leaf


    The Nissan Leaf is probably the most significant car of the Tokyo Motor Show.

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    Nissan Land Glider


    The Nissan Land Glider is the latest in a recent flurry of tandem-style concept cars that propose a one-plus-one seating arrangement - think Renault Twizy and VW L1 - where a single passenger sits behind the driver in a narrow-bodied and low-slung vehicle.

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    Nissan Juke


    Radically styled it may be, but plans for Nissan's new Juke small crossover are far from niche-only: the Japanese brand plans to sell about 20,000 Jukes in a full year with 80 percent conquest sales.

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    Nissan Townpod concept


    The German brands are the godfathers of the micro-niche.

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    Nissan Quest


    The Japanese triumvirate of minivans (Toyota Sienna, Honda Odyssey, Nissan Quest) shown in LA all follow a similar format — seven or eight full seats and sliding rear doors — but the consensus of opinion is that the Nissan is the weakest of the three.

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    Nissan Ellure concept


    The Nissan Ellure is arguably the most significant car unveiled at this year's LA auto show. A D-segment sedan, the project has seen input from Nissan's studios in both Japan and North America, where the concept was completed.

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    Nissan Dunehawk to debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show


    Jul 29, 2003 – Some companies have shown the first photos of cars to be presented at the upcoming Frankfurt motor Show, like Opel with the Astra or Volkswagen, with the coming Golf.

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    Nissan opens European Design Centre in London


    January 25, 2002 - Carlos Ghosn, President and CEO, Nissan Motor Company and Shiro Nakamura, Senior Vice President and Head of Design, this week officially opened the new Nissan design studio in London.

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    Nissan Design Competition 2002 - Compact for 2010


    July 2, 2002 - The winners of the 2002 Nissan Vehicle Design Competition were announced by Shiro Nakamura, Head of Design at Nissan Motor Company, at a presentation at the Royal College of Art in London on 1 March 2002.

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    Nissan Beeline concept


    October 16, 2002 - The dictionary definition of Beeline is: "the most direct route between two places".

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    Nissan announces new Design Centre in London


    Mar 3, 2002 - Shiro Nakamura, Senior Vice President and Head of Design at Nissan Motor Company, has announced plans to establish a new design centre in London, at a press conference held at the Royal College of Art in London.