Nissan has revealed the Qazana 5-door crossover concept in Geneva. Said to be inspired by motorbikes and beach buggies, the Qazana concept is expected to showcase the design language of an upcoming small crossover; a baby brother to the Qashqai.
This all wheel drive concept which measures 4060 mm in length, 1570 mm tall, 1780 mm wide with a wheelbase of 2530 mm features rear-hinged rear doors, two lower circular lamps set within the bumper with a pair of daylight running strips mounted high on the wings on either side of the bonnet as well as a full width grille up front. If you think that the front seem “roundish”, the rear end of the Qazana speaks the similar language as well.
Sitting on 20 inch black chrome alloys, the concept is treated to a red/white futuristic interior that is inspired by the fuel tank and seat of a motorbike. It has ‘floating’ seats that are centrally mounted over a one-piece rubberized floor covering as well as a centrally mounted touch screen display which allows the driver to control many features of the car, and which also displays the navigation system.
Nissan also revealed that the all wheel drive system features the next generation fully electronic ALL MODE four-wheel drive with torque vectoring system. Continue reading to view an image gallery.
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