Nissan Extrem urban spots car concept revealed in Brazil

Few days back, Nissan revealed teaser images of their all new concept. Earlier today, Nissan officially revealed the car that was in the teaser. The all new Nissan Extrem is an urban sports car which has been developed especially for the Brazil auto industry. Nissan Extrem will be on display at the Sao Paulo Motor Show for public viewing from 24th October to 4th November.

“Brazil is a country of great natural beauty and it has a passionate, rich culture. But this is not always reflected in the cars on its streets, especially the more affordable locally produced vehicles which tend to be conservative in design, colour and specification,” said Shiro Nakamura, Senior Vice President and Chief Creative Officer.

“EXTREM, with a dynamic, high-character design, is far from conservative. It was created to appeal to the country’s growing band of city-based young professionals who are passionate about design and want to make a personal statement. The lightweight two-door 2+2, has a dynamic stance, fresh surfacing, and a clear rugged ability to tackle the urban jungle everyday,” he added.

Nissan Extrem can comfortably seat upto 4 passengers and is designed by NDA – Nissan Design America, which is based in San Diego, California. Nissan Extrem has a wheelbase of 2450 mm. It is 3850 mm long, 1765 mm wide and 1530 mm tall. “We have created EXTREM to show how serious we are about Brazil. EXTREM is provocative, energetic and engaging and it reflects the passion, innovation and excitement we put into all our cars,” said Christian Meunier, President of Nissan Brazil.


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Sagar Patel

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A first drive in a manual rickety old van was enough to pave the road forward for Sagar Patel. When not driving or riding, his dexterity shifts gear to voice passion through words via reviews, and news, all the while, closely monitoring updates from the auto industry.

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