The 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon next month will see a number of special Nissan vehicles on display, among them two showcase examples of the brand’s ‘New World of Customisation’ programme, the Juke Personalisation Concept and the Note Personalisation Concept.
The Juke Personalisation Concept highlights the personalisation programme announced for the Juke earlier this month. Essentially, it’s a set of dress-up items to individualise the vehicle. Three new design packages (Style, Premium and Exclusive) are available. Together with five colour themes and six different trim components, this makes for a variety of potential colour and trim combinations available.
The configurable items are alloy wheels, mirror caps, fog lamp rings, side sills, trunk handle and the roof spoiler, and can each be highlighted in accent colours of Force Red, Glossy White, Orange Racing, Piano Black or Silver Grey. The Tokyo Auto Salon showcar features an extra flourish of colour – the DLO frames on the doors, as well as the front door handles, are dressed up in Orange Racing.
Meanwhile, the Note Personalisation Concept that will be on show also features orange, highlighted through a graphics motif dubbed “digital camouflage.”