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07 Mar 2012

Geneva Motor Show: Nissan introduces the prototype Invitation

  • Written by Aitor

Nissan has unveiled the first details of a prototype that anticipates the next generation European segment B, a new Nissan that will be sold by the city Micra and Juke.

Called Invitation, this dynamic concept shows some of the innovations and design that will release the new model, launched in Europe is planned for 2013.

Dynamism in its design

The Invitation is an energetic design. The fluidity of its clean silhouette emphasizes aerodynamics behave more efficiently.

Inside, a cool, open interior combines practicality and modernity with impressive levels of quality and technological equipment.

Performance and efficiency

With the combination of advanced engine technology, the acclaimed lightweight platform of Nissan and aerodynamically efficient body, a Nissan aims to achieve ultra-low emissions of CO2 the best version below 100 g / km. Moreover, this envisaged that the range meets the conditions for displaying the logo of Nissan Pure Drive.

At the same time, his nimble steering response, ensure dynamic behavior.

As the Micra, the Invitation uses new lightweight V platform, developed to provide maximum rigidity, achieve excellent dynamic performance and a refined ride, but at the same time, with the least possible weight, which translates into improved benefits and a reduction in consumption and emissions.

The front suspension is independent McPherson struts with springs, while the rear axle, the car features a compact torsion beam to minimize suspension intrusion into the space for the trunk. Both suspension systems are mounted on two separate sub-chassis, which isolates the body noise and vibration. Invitation dimensions are 4.150 mm long 1.740 mm 1.470 mm wide and high.

Advanced safety technology

The system includes Invitation Vision Camera 360 º (Around View Monitor - AVM) extremely simple all kinds of maneuvers, including parking and reverse circulation. In addition, the Invitation incorporates "Nissan Safety Shield" technologies, interacting with the driver and advise of all that happens around the car.

British manufacturing
Production will take place at Nissan's plant in Sunderland, UK. This model was built alongside the popular crossover Juke and will compete in the segment B.

In addition to vehicle assembly, the Sunderland plant will also handle production shaft, casting the cylinder head, making the camshaft and engine assembly, representing a total investment of millions of pounds 125 by Nissan in the UK.

The project will also receive aid 9,3 million pound Regional Growth Fund of the British government.

It is estimated that the new model will have an initial annual volume of about 100.000 units, depending on market demand. This will help confirm Sunderland as the largest car factory in the UK.

Trevor Mann, Nissan Senior Production UK Vice President, said: "This factory has 20 years experience in the production of compact cars of success, a history that dates back to the first Micra, released in 1992."

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