Nissan has recently unveiled the Invitation Concept, ahead of its official debut at the next month’s Geneva Motor Show.
According to the Japanese based automaker, the Nissan Invitation Concept is a B-segment vehicle which will combine the agility of a supermini with the generous cabin space of a small SUV, and with its exterior design wearing its “birthplace” distinctive lines, we must admit that it’s quite appealing. Nissan says that the Invitation Concept will represent the company’s plans to launch new crossover designs in Europe. Even if this is just a concept car, Nissan has big plans for the Invitation model.
The Nissan Invitation will preview a forthcoming model, which will make its official appearance in Europe next year, and rumors say that this will replace the Micra-based Note. When it will hit the production line, the Nissan Juke will sit besides the Note and the urban crossover Juke, and a “green” version of the model is expected to hit the market with a supercharged 1.0 liter engine, which is already used in the Micra. The unit will emit less than 100 grams of CO2 per kilometer. The Nissan Invitation has been created in Japan and adapted for Europe, and it will make its debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show in March.