The 79th Geneva International Motor Show will give Nissan an opportunity to show off the vehicles it's had cooped up.
Up for its world premiere will be the passenger version of the NV200 light commercial vehicle. The NV200 will offer three-row seating in conjunction with sliding side doors for easy access to the third row. The interior is spacious, and the seating is capable of multiple configurations for either increased passenger space or increased cargo space. The commercial version of the NV200 is also capable of multiple configurations to suit the needs of small and large businesses. Van and Combi versions of the NV200 will be introduced at later times.
Nissan will feature the X-TRAIL, similar to the Nissan Xterra in the U.S., with a new package called the Platinum. Although having never made it to the U.S., the X-TRAIL SUV maintains a presence in other parts of the world. The X-TRAIL Platinum features new 18-in. alloy wheels, adding presence and styling. New Scratch Shield Paint adds a layer of protection from the elements. An eight-speaker Bose audio system with an added auxiliary input plug is also available for the X-TRAIL Platinum, allowing the use of MP3 players.
Last, Nissan has plans to debut its all-new Qazana crossover. Only a teaser sketch has been released of the new crossover, which shows a sporty crossover design with large, wide wheelarches and a low-slung body. The Qazana will be a five door with a "suicide-doors" layout, and is supposed to resemble a smaller version of the current Qashqai crossover SUV.
Check back on March 3rd for coverage from the 79th Geneva International Motor Show!
Sources: Nissan Europe, Motor Authority