Nissan Lannia concept debuts on the Beijing Auto Show
BY JOEY WANG
APRIL 21, 2014
Car News China
The Nissan Lannia concept debuted on the Beijing Auto Show. The sharp looking vehicle previews a future China-only sedan aimed at young and sporty families. The Nissan Lannia was designed by Nissan Design China, based in Beijing and headed by a Japanese man called Taji Toyota.
Beautiful aggressive stance, leaning forward, emphasizing power coming from the rear, accentuated by the large wheel arches at the back. Shark-fin C-pillar a sinister touch.
The production version of the Lannia, expected in 2016, will be based on the new Nissan MFA platform which will also underpin the upcoming Infiniti Q30 SUV. The Q30 will be powered by 1.6 and 2.0 gasoline engines. No word on what powers the Lammia, but similar engines would make sense.