Nissan has released a new teaser video with the final production version of the Lannia which will be unveiled during the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show, on the 20th of April.
The production version of the Nissan Lannia is being brought back into our attention with the help of a new teaser video, released by the carmaker recently. The clip is showing several parts of the vehicle, being more revealing than before, highlighting the evolution of the Lannia from a concept car into a fully production vehicle. We can see the wraparound headlights and taillights and the side profile which seems to be pretty identical to the one of the 2016 Maxima.
The video is also offering us a glimpse of the cabin where we can spot the dual zone climate control, the new gear knob, the push start button, the conventional handbrake lever, the red accents on the center tunnel and the USB and AUX inputs, amongst others. Keep in mind that the production version of the Nissan Lannia is currently limited to the Chinese market and chances are it will also be offered to surrounding countries. The company has no plans of introducing it into Europe at this time. We’re not sure what it will be using under its hood or what its price list will be but these details will be announced during the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show, on the 20th of April, when it will be officially unveiled.