Nissan has dropped another video with the production-ready Lannia set to premiere on April 20.

Nissan has dropped another video with the production-ready Lannia set to premiere on April 20.

This time it’s a more revealing video as we managed to grab several screenshots which reveal some of the car’s bits and pieces. Designed to attract the younger audience, Nissan’s Lannia is an evolution of the namesake concept which in fact was derived from a previous concept called Friend-ME. From the attached video and screenshots we are able to see it will boast large wraparound headlights and taillights while the side profile sends a strong 2016 Maxima vibe.

There are also a couple of shots with the interior cabin showing a shiny gear knob, start/stop button, dual-zone climate control system as well as USB & AUX inputs, conventional handbrake and some red accents around the center tunnel.

Nissan's Lannia mid-size sedan will be officially unveiled on April 20 on the dawn of Auto Shanghai 2015. From what we know at this moment, it will be a China-exclusive model, but the company's former CEO did say back in 2014 the model has what it takes to become a global product. Hopefully Nissan will shed some light about this next week.

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