October 11, 2007
Nissan to show four concept vehicles at Tokyo show
Nissan Pivo2. Click image to enlarge
Tokyo, Japan – Nissan Motor Co. announced it will display four concept vehicles at the upcoming 2007 Tokyo Motor Show. The concept cars are the Pivo 2, Round Box, Intima and NV200.
The Pivo 2 features a 360-degree revolving cabin, and its front door is accessible from any direction – allowing the door to be turned to face entering passengers wherever they are standing, providing a “warm welcome”.
The Round Box represents a new take on open-air motoring, providing exhilaration for all passengers – not just the driver – through its uniquely shared experience of fresh air stimulation, a sensation of speed and easy-to-use high-spec features.
The Intima takes Nissan’s “Modern Living Concept” into a new dimension with an interior that invites passengers into an extraordinary world of artistic forms, materials and illumination.
The NV200 features a substantial, rugged-looking exterior combining a dramatic front cab with a traditional box-like storage space, and an emotional looking body form never before seen in the LCV class.
Nissan will also display, as promised in October 2001, the production version of the all-new Nissan GT-R. The details of the GT-R will be announced on October 24.