Nissan has revealed another concept that will make its debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.
Nissan is heading to the Geneva Motor Show this March with a new B-segment concept. The Nissan Invitation Concept was designed to showcase an "energetic design and bring fresh style, innovation and excitement to the mainstream market." Set to be sold alongside the Juke crossover and the Micra city car, the Invitation Concept features dynamic styling and what Nissan calls the 'Squash Line,' a distinctive character line set into the side of the hatchback.
Combined with a distinctive front-end and rear wings, the Invitation produces a confident and stern stance. "The name we have given to this concept is self-explanatory. It is designed to be inviting thanks to its sensuous exterior design and generous and comfortable interior space, cleverly packaged within compact overall dimensions," said Francois Bancon, Nissan Deputy Division General Manager of Product Strategy and Product Planning. Wearing Nissan's Pure Drive badge, the efficient concept 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. Keep an eye out for the Nissan Invitation Concept when it makes its debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show in March.