With the Sway study, Nissan is showing its idea of a new small car at the Geneva Motor Show (- March 15.3.2015, XNUMX). The vehicle takes the missing B-pillar from the Ford B-Max and the rear-hinged rear doors from the Opel Meriva. The now typical V in the grille extends as a striking structure from the bumpers to the rear. The design of the LED headlights and the boomerang-shaped rear lights also point to the future design language of the brand. This includes playing with colors, in this case the gray exterior paint meets blue and orange tones in the interior.
(Ampnet / jri)