Nissan has released a plethora of photos and a video of their Invitation Concept, currently making its debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.
Nissan has just given the Invitation Concept its official debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The hatchback is meant to signal the Japanese automaker's innovative approach to developing a next-generation B-segment model to be sold alongside the Micra city car and the Juke crossover. The concept features slick styling lines and what Nissan calls the 'Squash Line' - a distinctive character line set into the side of the hatchback.
The Invitation Concept showcases an "energetic design [to] bring fresh style, innovation and excitement to the mainstream market." As previously reported by CarBuzz, the Invitation Concept wears Nissan's Pure Drive badge and will run on the Micra's supercharged 1.0-liter motor. It will emit less than 100g/km of CO2.
In terms of safety and technology, the Invitation will be equipped with Nissan's Safety Shield alarm system and the parking-handy Around View Monitor system. The Nissan Invitation Concept is currently on display now at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.