The 2016 Nissan Micra/March has been speculatively rendered based on the recently unveiled Sway concept.

The 2016 Nissan Micra/March has been speculatively rendered based on the recently unveiled Sway concept.

Shortly after being unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, Nissan said the Sway concept has some chances of hitting the assembly line and most likely it will take the shape of the next generation Micra. Theophilus Chin decided to tone down the Sway's design to make it suitable for a production supermini.

We already know the next Micra will be assembled by Renault at the Flins factory near Paris while the chassis will be put built at the Le Mans plant where the French marque is investing €7 million on new machinery.

Only time will tell whether the next generation Micra will have anything in common with the Sway concept, but hopefully some styling cues will rub off onto the supermini which Renault says will be built at an estimated rate of 132,000 units per year.

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