Nissan Friend-Me Concept Makes Another Appearance In Frankfurt
Sep 12, 2013 12:52
This is not a new sight of the Friend Me concept last seen at the Shanghai Auto Show, but it was one of the more interesting studies at Frankfurt this year.
Nissan had said that the design and the feel of the Friend-me is targeted to China's youth market.
"We call our solution ‘Distilled Da Qi,'" said Taiji Toyota, Vice President of Nissan Design China, commenting on the Friend-Me's styling. "'Da Qi is about casting an aura, about standing out, but at the same time going with the flow, fitting in. It's a question of balance, and we've worked to refine it right down to the essence. The result adds an entirely new and youthful dimension to the sedan category."
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