Nissan has unveiled the Nissan Lannia Concept in Beijing today. Debuting at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show, the Lannia is a global concept that will initially address the Chinese market. The design of the Lannia Concept is a result of collaboration between the Nissan Global Design Center and Nissan Design China, and pays honor to legendary Nissan Bluebird.
The design is sleek, energetic and agile and will certainly be liked by post-80s generation of China. Alongside the Nissan Lannia Concept, Nissan has also announced the introduction of its performance division, Nismo, in China. Nismo will make its official debut with products like 370 Z Nismo and GT-R Nismo.
That is not all as Nissan also showcased its technological advancements at the Auto China 2014. Developed under the Nissan’s Safety Shield, the array of technologies included Nissan’s Smart Rear View Mirror technology which is going to debut in 2015, and Nissan’s Autonomous Driving technology which is expected to feature in mass production vehicles by 2020.
Nissan envisions an automotive society which is not only safe for drivers and passengers but non-motorists as well, and all these innovations are a part of that vision which Nissan calls Zero Fatality.
Sharing the stage with the Lannia Concept are as many as 19 other vehicles, including the all-new X-Trail and the BladeGlider Concept.