Flanked by the http://freshnessmag.com/2013/11/22/nissan-idx-concepts/” target=”_blank”>IDx Freeflow and IDx NISMO concepts on either sides, Nissan unveiled its new Sport Sedan Concept earlier today at the http://naias.com” target=”_blank”>2014 North American International Auto Show (http://naias.com” target=”_blank”>NAIAS) in Detroit. In vibrant “Strad Amber” colorway, Senior Vice President and Chief Creative Officer Shiro Nakamura introduced the 4-door sports sedan as a “statement and direction for the future of http://nissanusa.com” target=”_blank”>Nissan…”
By incorporating the new V-Motion front end design, aggressively shaped grille, and LED headlights in http://nissan-global.com” target=”_blank”>Nissan‘s signature “boomerang” forms, the concept also features a “floating” roof, a pillar-less silhouette that gives the vehicle a streamlined appearance. Painted with gold-colored primer with several layers of top coat in orange-amber, Nissan designers achieved the “Strad Amber” finish, a look inspired by the rich hue found on a Stradivarius violin. Thanks to the “floating” roof design, the spacious cabin features diamond-quilted seats and panels, all with references to contemporary home furnishing. Powered by a 300-plus horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine, with sport-tuned Xtronic CVT and performance suspension, majority of the elements found on the front-wheel drive Nissan Sport Sedan Concept will also be likely on the next-generation http://nissanusa.com/cars/maxima” target=”_blank”>Nissan Maxima sport sedan.