Nissan Will Have New Me Concept For Beijing Motor Show 2014
Mar 11, 2014 14:23
Nissan will introduce its second concept in a row after last year's well received Me sedan study for the upcoming Beijing Motor Show in April.
The Japanese firm is keeping the pictures of the as-of-yet, unnamed sedan concept to itself for now, and they say that it "expresses Nissan’s passion and focus in the world’s most dynamic auto market".
We'll have to wait for a while more before we get to see any of the pictures, but here's some from their older concept:
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