Nissan has dropped a teaser video for the production version of the Lannia which will be making its public debut at the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show.
The Nissan Lannia is getting ready for its world premiere, in a couple of weeks, during the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show. The model in question has been teased recently in a video released by the company and this is actually its production ready version, which as derived from the Friend-ME concept and the Lannia concept, last year. Rumor has it that this will have a lot of things in common with the 2016 Maxima and expect the boomerang shaped headlights, the V-motion grille and the muscular exterior design.
The new mid-size sedan will be officially unveiled during the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show, on the 20th of April, and it will be offered for sale in the second half of 2015. We’re not sure at this time but chances are it will be available exclusively to the Chinese automotive market. The Nissan Lannia Concept has been shown a year ago, in Beijing, and it came with a stylish design, highlighted by the floating roof, the LED angular taillights, the same boomerang shaped headlights, the front grille or the subtle diffuser. Sadly, the company hasn’t released much info on the car back then so we still have no clue on what it was like inside or what engine it used under its hood. Details on the production version are limited for the moment and will be announced during the automotive event.