Nissan at Frankfurt means new models, new concepts and new ideas.
At a glance
- Dunehawk concept lays the foundations of Nissan's SUV future
- Nissan 350Z powers into Europe’s sports car market
- More performance; more economy: more advanced diesels. 60kW Micra diesel completes range
- Fuel cell vehicle (FCV) underlines Nissan's leadership in alternative fuel development
Nissan will underline its leading role in Europe’s growing 4x4 market at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show in September. Among the star attractions will be a bold concept car, called Dunehawk, which hints at a future SUV direction for Nissan.
Dunehawk is a vision of how a Nissan 4x4 of tomorrow could look. With a bold and intelligent design, advanced technology and innovative combination of SUV and MPV, the Dunehawk is a mid-sized 4x4 aimed at meeting the emerging needs of the active family of tomorrow. Equipped with a second generation of Nissan's ALL MODE 4x4 system – first seen on the X-TRAIL, the Dunehawk combines genuine off-roading ability with no compromise in on-road performance.
The Frankfurt Motor Show will also mark the official start of European sales for the mighty Nissan 350Z, a totally focused two seater sports car which incorporates chassis technology developed on the race track.