Mississauga, Ontario – Nissan will present two Canadian debuts at the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto in February: the all-new 2011 Quest minivan and Ellure Concept sedan.
The show will also mark the Ontario debut of the all-electric Nissan Leaf, which will go on sale this fall.
“Last fall we launched Nissan’s Innovation for All platform and our lineup in Toronto will showcase this with something for everyone,” said Allen Childs, president of Nissan Canada. “From family fun and the first all-electric real-world car, to the raw power of the 2012 Nissan GT-R supercar, the Nissan booth is an exciting place to be this year.”
The Quest returns to the 2011 lineup fully redesigned with such features as one-touch power sliding doors, quick-release fold-flat seats, rearview camera, an advanced climate control system and rear storage.
The Ellure Concept is an expression of Nissan’s long-term vision for the next generation of Nissan sedans. The concept combines the basic layout of a traditional midsize sedan with a next-generation compact hybrid powertrain, providing a wide, stable stance with ample interior room and a highly functional trunk, despite its smooth aerodynamic form.