The premiere of the new sedan concept signed by Nissan and called the Lannia has been recently made during the 2014 Beijing Motor Show.
Originally teased over these past few weeks and announced for the 2014 Beijing Motor Show, the new Nissan sedan concept is being placed into the spotlights once more, this time with the carmaker officially pulling the wraps off its body, during the Chinese automotive event. The new Nissan Lannia Concept is representing the second project to come out from the company’s new design center in China, after the Friend-Me Concept, and it’s representing a proposal for a sedan aimed towards Chinese customers in the “post-80s generation”.
The Nissan Lannia Concept has received boomerang shaped headlights, a V motion front grille, LED angular taillights, a subtle diffuser, a stylish floating roof and some other tweaks which are helping it get this unique look. Interior images with the one-off Japanese vehicle haven’t been released yet but the company says that it has been designed in order to suit the Chinese digital lifestyle. No plans of putting this one-off vehicle into production have been announced so far and chances are this will also be introduced in other future automotive events, across the globe.