LA 2010: Nissan Ellure concept revealed

Concept cars in most form usually preview future design language. With the Ellure Concept, Nissan’s chief creative officer Shiro Nakamura says, “While not intended as a preview of any upcoming production model, Ellure confirms Nissan’s intention to be a strong player in the sedan segment for many years to come”.

The Ellure features a front-wheel-drive, and is powered by a supercharged 2.5-litre inline-four and an electric motor with 25 kW, mated to Xtronic CVT.

Even though it is not planned for production or does not preview any future model, we do hope that some of its overall design will influence future models.


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