The Japanese based automaker Nissan has brought the TeRRa Concept to the 2012 Paris Motor Show which is offering a preview of a final production model.
After it was announced for the French automotive event earlier this month, the Nissan TeRRa Concept is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the car manufacturer presenting it to the public for the first time. Rumors are saying that because of its size it might be a first look into the next generation of the Qashqai crossover, but considering that this is just a concept car, it might even reveal us the future of the Murano or the X-Trail.
The Nissan TeRRa Concept is powered by two electric engines, one on each axle, which are producing zero emissions thanks to the use of hydrogen, which, according to the car manufacturer, will become a readily available fuel source within the following years. Even if the Nissan TeRRa Concept has been officially presented to the public at the Paris Motor Show, the carmaker didn’t announce any more details on it so until we will find out what model it will inspire we have to settle for the images posted below.