Nissan Forum concept (top); 2009 Nissan Cube; 2010 Nissan 370Z. Click image to enlarge
Toronto, Ontario – Nissan’s Forum concept was revealed to Canadians today, which Nissan says represents the next revolution in family transportation by answering the challenge of making family passenger vehicles more appealing to both drivers and passengers. With advanced communications systems such as rear seat monitoring cameras and audio controls, and its unique interior featuring a multi-position swivelling 2nd row seat, the Forum is a family “gathering place” on wheels, says the company.
The new 2009 Nissan Cube made quite an entrance at the show, packed with five football players from the Toronto Argonauts who drove centre stage to greet spectators. “We would like to thank our partners, the Toronto Argonauts, for driving Cube into Toronto and demonstrating this unique vehicle’s interior roominess!” said Mark Grimm, President of NCI. “Cube’s expressive design is novel, witty and fun – truly a vehicle for those who like to stand out in a crowd!”
The all-new 2009 Nissan 370Z was revealed to Toronto media by the designer who drew its original design concept, Canada’s own Randy Rodriguez, who made the trip from Nissan Design America in San Diego. The dynamic new styling of the 370Z offers a more aggressive appearance and at the same time a lighter, structure offers enhanced performance. The new 370Z will be available in Canadian dealerships this spring.