The boxy Roox features a chrome grille, sliding rear doors (which can be opened remotely with the keyfob), and a large greenhouse.
Nissan has announced they will introduce the new Roox minicar at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Looking like an angry shoebox on wheels, the Roox features a chrome grille, sliding rear doors (which can be opened remotely with the keyfob), and a large greenhouse.
Despite it's small size (it measures 3,395mm long, 1,475mm wide, and 1,735mm high), the Roox is the most spacious four-seater in it's class. For even greater flexibility, the rear seats can be folded down to expand the cargo capacity. Other goodies include a drink cooler in the upper glove box and a storage bin hidden underneath the passenger seat.
While Nissan neglected to specify what engine powers the Roox, details will likely be released later this month.
Look for the Roox to hit the streets of Japan this December.