The Japanese based automaker Nissan has released a new official video with the Invitation Concept, along with new images of the model.
After the Nissan Invitation Concept has been officially presented to the public just last month at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, the model is once again placed into the spotlights, this time with the company releasing new official images and a new video with it. The prototype revealed in Geneva is anticipating a future model which will be placed between the Micra and the Juke.
The Nissan Invitation Concept is a supermini-MPV crossover concept, which is combining the agility of a supermini with spacious cabin of a small SUV. The Invitation Concept is coming with a 360-degree around view camera/monitor system which helps the driver with low speed maneuvers. The Nissan Invitation is expected to get, in the final production version, the company’s 1.4 liter petrol unit and the 1.6 liter petrol engine with 110 horsepower, but diesel lovers will be able to choose the 1.5 liter dCi unit. The Nissan Invitation Concept will be made at the company’s Sunderland plant where the automaker has invested 125 million GBP, creating 2,000 jobs, The Invitation will go on sale in 2013, along with the Micra and the Juke.