Nissan is readying a sedan for the Chinese market and this is our first look at it.
According to the Japanese automaker, the Lannia concept is geared towards China’s rising “Post-80s” generation and the concept is the second vehicle to come from the company’s design center in China. While it does feature Nissan elements such as its V-motion grille, boomerang headlights, a distinctive kick-up pillar and a “floating” roof, the vehicle will probably be offered exclusively to the Chinese market. According to Taji Toyota, head of Nissan Design China, the Lannia concept exudes “daqi,” a Chinese word that doesn’t have a direct translation but essentially means it has the strength to push people to aspire towards better things.
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GALLERY: Nissan Lannia Concept
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