Denim Upholstery Design Concept
Essentially a refined version of Japan’s SEMA show, the Tokyo Auto Salon is coming up shortly. Nissan will showcase a lineup of customized cars based upon their existing production models, as well as a Formula E race vehicle at the event.
The Catastrophe Support Mobile-Hub is founded on the Caravan and obtains a moveable energy plant via remodeling old batteries from the Nissan Leaf electric hatchback. As suggested by its moniker, the van-based mobile backing center is intended for usage in situations of disasters like earthquakes and flooding when there is no electricity.
In Japan, the X-Trail is being sold and Nissan is giving us a glimpse of the forthcoming Rogue, alongside the Crawler Concept. This vehicle is equipped with a raised suspension and a roof rack with a built-in LED light bar. Its off-road capability is further enhanced with the addition of all-terrain tires and a more robust body kit with extra cladding. According to Nissan, the cargo area “contains the tools that have always been looked for in the X-Trail.”
Should you not know of the Roox, then it’s time to become acquainted; it is a small minivan created to abide by rules concerning kei cars. Working off the Mitsubishi eK Space, a facelift was implemented recently in Japan. This Beams Customized Concept has been assembled in conjunction with the Japanese fashion company Beams and features denim featured in the interior and exterior.
The unique, singular characteristics of the Nissan March Customized Concept will be revealed for the 2024 Tokyo Auto Salon. This tiny hatchback has been personalized to meet the demands of a pastry chef. Several wooden accents feature prominently throughout the design, and the windows on the rear doors boast a menu printed directly on them.
Attending the Tokyo Auto Salon on twelve-fourteenth January, 2024 will be the sleeker and sportier variants of the X-Trail Autech crossover and Serena Autech mini-van along with several Nismo editions of Skyline, Z and GT-R models.