Invit­ing con­cept

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NIS­SAN has re­vealed the first de­tails of a new hatch­back con­cept which pre­views the com­pany’s next main­stream B-seg­ment (light) con­tender to be sold along­side the Mi­cra city car and Juke cross­over.

Called In­vi­ta­tion, the con­cept was un­veiled this month at the Geneva Mo­tor Show. It is based on the Mi­cra plat­form and is due to be launched in the UK from 2013.

In­vi­ta­tion looks a lot like the cur­rent Honda Jazz from the front and along the sides.

Nis­san claims the car has class-lead­ing aero­dy­nam­ics for en­hanced ef­fi­ciency.

The cabin has been de­signed fea­tur­ing pur­pose­ful tech­nol­ogy fea­tures. The car com­bines ad­vanced en­gine tech­nol­ogy, Nis­san’s light­weight plat­form and an aero­dy­nam­i­cally ef­fi­cient body to achieve class-lead­ing lev­els of fuel ef­fi­ciency and emis­sions.

The con­cept car packs some of the most ad­vanced tech­nol­ogy ever seen in the B-seg­ment, all of which is de­signed to en­sure it is as safe as pos­si­ble.

Among the fea­tures is Nis­san’s ad­vanced Around View Mon­i­tor (AVM) safety tech­nol­ogy seen for the first time on a B-seg­ment car, which makes re­vers­ing and par­al­lel park­ing as stress-free as pos­si­ble.

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