Nissan has taken the wraps off a funky concept car which is destined to become the Japanese firm’s baby softroader in 2010.
The Qazana concept car, which was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, is tipped to be produced Nissan’s Sunderland plant, which currently builds Qashqai and Micra models.
Nissan’s latest concept is an intelligent, all-wheel-drive crossover model and features an innovative door arrangement, plus 20 inch wheels and an eye-catching front end.
At just 4060mm long, 1780m wide and 1570mm tall, the Qazana is designed for easy urban use but with rugged credentials too.
Although the design will be toned down for the production model expect it to have an aggressive appearance when it hits showrooms.