Nissan Concept Car

Nissan’s Sway Concept points out at a radically redesigned Micra supermini, which may or may not change its name as well. Taking a completely different design direction for the upcoming Micra is a great thing, as the current model is among the least desirable vehicles in Nissan’s lineup. The Sway study gives an idea of what we should expect from the next-generation Micra, and I have to say it’s the first time any car aficionado has been impatiently waiting for a Micra.

Nissan Concept Car

While the concept’s dimensions are 4.01 m long, 1.78 m wide and 1.385 m tall with a 2.570 m wheelbase. These dimenstions are clearly those of a B-segment car, its design approach is inspired by Qashqai and Juke, two models that challenged the status quo in their market segments. In advance we see Nissan’s recognizable V-movement grille alongside sharp looking LED headlights while the guard hosts segments of LED daytime running lights. Likewise discernible is the etched hood, boomerang LED taillights and trapezoidal fumes funnels incorporated with the back guard. The Sway idea additionally receives a gliding top and has gotten back pivoted secondary passages so the B column is gone. Going inside the lodge, the format has been motivated by the IDx ideas with a clean outline and an uncluttered design. The Sway idea gets lightweight seats offering an uncovered aluminum structure and secured in suede-like fabric upgraded with a pearl-impact material and uncommon sewing.

Nissan Concept Car

This means Nissan is trying to bring fresh ideas into the B-segment, which is always a good thing to do. Both the exterior and the interior, which is inspired by the IDx coupe study first revealed at the 2013 Tokyo motor show, look like they could transition smoothly to a production car.

 

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