Nissan Friend-ME concept teased for Shanghai debut

Nissan Friend-ME concept will make its debut next week at the Shanghai Auto Show. The Friend-ME is the first concept car with key input by Chinese designers who worked on it at Nissan Design China in Beijing.

Details are limited but Nissan says, the Friend-ME concept features a unique centre console that allows “Four Seats, One Mind Connectivity” – equal information sharing among all aboard and it is designed for the vibrant, young generation in China, one of most exciting segments in the fastest-growing automobile markets in the world.

In addition to Friend-ME concept, Nissan will show 20 vehicles in total together with Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle Company and Zhengzhou Nissan Automobile, including models such as Nissan GT-R, Quest, Teana and Murano.


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