The Japanese based automaker Nissan has recently introduced the updated Kicks Concept which has received a new livery.
Originally shown during the Sao Paulo Motor Show last year, in Brazil, the Nissan Kicks Concept is now being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the car manufacturer introducing a new livery for it. This has been inspired by the Samba dance, as the carmaker is stating, and it has been developed exclusively by the NDA-R (Nissan Design America Rio) team. Besides the livery, the design of the one-off vehicle is identical to the study from last year but it has received some new front and rear bumpers and some 19-inch alloy wheels to put some distance between it and the previous version.
The Nissan Kicks Concept is a compact crossover which is serving as a preview for a future production model aimed towards emerging markets such as Brazil. The model in question stands at 4,300 mm long, 1,800 mm wide and 1,600 mm tall, with a 2,620 mm long wheelbase. This is making it 175 mm longer than the Juke. The one-off vehicle is riding on 19-inch alloy wheels and coming with a floating roof design. This is the initial result of a collaboration between the carmaker’s design studios in San Diego and in Rio and its final production variant might be unveiled this year or in 2016. Don’t expect it to be brought to the United States or to Europe because this won’t happen.