Nissan Sway Concept to Test the Brand’s Style
Nissan Sway Overview
On the occasion of the Geneva Motor Show, Nissan revealed the concept Sway, to test the brand’s style applied to a city. A distinguished and dynamic style that could foreshadow the next LEAF.
To be honest, this is my heart Nissan Sway stroke design Geneva Motor Show. As I’m not a fan of the style of the new Pulsar introduced by Nissan recently as Sway hit me in the eye.
His dynamic style is described by the brand as “corresponding to the tastes of European customers. And to add, always in style, that “the future of Nissan models in different market segments and regions of the world will follow this direction.”
When we know that Nissan is actively working with the second generation of the LEAF, one can not help dreaming of this new design coupled with 300 km of autonomy NEDC.
Nissan Sway Preview
The current Nissan Micra (K13) reaches the end of career. While the previous generation (K12) had scored with his protruding lights, the current is wise. Perhaps too much for Nissan meanwhile has found success with a very original Juke. For the next generation, the Japanese manufacturer has decided to return to bold styling and testing the waters with Sway concept.
Certainly with its highly marked lines, and its sloping front squat pace, Sway represents a change at all, with the Micra. The grille V takes the style seen on the new Quashqai and the new Murano and interior is inspired by the layout and the dashboard of IDX concept.
Nissan Sway measuring 4010 mm in length to 1780 mm wide and is widely lower than the current Micra to 1385 mm. The version of the series, developed and designed in Europe will probably not as drastic, but when it arrives in 2016, Nissan hope it goes out of style competition. We’ll see.