Nissan Friend-Me concept debuts at the Shanghai Auto Show

Nissan has unveiled the Friend-Me concept at the Shanghai Auto Show. The Friend-Me concept is a four-passenger saloon designed for young Chinese with a boldly flowing sculpted lines, featuring a low and wide stance with short front and rear overhangs giving a chunky, aggressive and sporty impression.

Interior reveals four separate seats, with everyone sharing the same information as the driver: speed, navigation, fuel remaining – everything. Unique centre console stretches from the dash to between the rear seats in an onyx-black finish with screens visible from each seat. Content from smart phones can be transferred to the-on bord screens for sharing with others.

Nissan Friend-Me has a futuristic and unique look compared to the current model range, but as it is based on an existing Nissan saloon architecture, it requires a minimum of unique components.

Power details are limited, but Nissan did say the concept uses an ecologically efficient PureDrive hybrid powertrain delivering more than enough zip for city driving.


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