Nissan Teases Sedan Concept Ahead of Beijing Debut

Behold the latest teaser for Nissan's upcoming concept, bound for a reveal later this month at the Beijing Auto Show. Without going too much into visual detail, the Japanese automaker has let us see just enough to get an exciting picture of their four-door's design.
Nissan sedan concept for Beijing 1 photo
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Cut from the same fabric as the Friend-Me and the Resonance, Nissan's latest concept looks like it comes from the year 2020. The lighting systems are especially interesting, drawn like sexy Asian symbols in a single brushstroke. Also evident from this teaser is the V-motion front graphic system, recently put into production form by the 2015 Murano SUV.

Details about its production viability or even its proportions are not known at the moment, but Nissan did say it targets "the Chinese digital lifestyle". Thus, it's very likely that a fully connected experience will be the main focus of its interior.

As its exact dimensions and powertrain remain a secret, we can only presume for now that this concept doesn't preview anything coming our way in America or Europe. With the Beijing Auto Show only a few days away Nissan could drop another hint or maybe even a "leaked photo" to remind us of it's upcoming concept.

Our say: The headlights are really cool. Give us more of that, Nissan, and we might just pay you more attention.

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