Nissan is demonstrating its customization capabilities with the Qashqai and Xtrail Premium Concepts set to bow in Geneva on Tuesday.

Nissan is demonstrating its customization capabilities with the Qashqai and Xtrail Premium Concepts set to bow in Geneva on Tuesday.

To celebrate the Euro sales success of the Qashqai and Xtrail, Nissan has decided to accessorize the two crossovers to showcase the great customization potential both have to offer. While the Qashqai was designed for the “Premium Urbanite”, the X-Trail is targeting “Premium Adventurist”. To put these descriptions in plain English, the Qashqai Premium Concept is destined for the city while the X-Trail Premium Concept is for tackling the off road.

The one-off Qashqai wears a predominantly matte black coat combined with golden copper accents on the wheel arches, around the window line, on the roof rails, and in the headlight clusters. Lower sections of the body have been adorned with real carbon fiber while the 20-inch alloy wheels have a machined finish.

Nissan isn’t showing the Qashqai’s interior, but we do know it has soft white Nappa leather upholstery with quilting finish on the central area of the seat’s base and back. The cabin also hosts a combination of carbon fiber, black satin chrome, and liquid gloss black accents spread throughout the interior.

As for the X-Trail Premium Concept, it comes with a matte white paint mixed up with a deep black matte carbon fiber appearance for the hood and roof. This one too gets golden copper accents, only this time it’s on the front skid plate and on the 20-inch rims. Rounding off the exterior tweaks are the over fenders and body claddings dressed in glossy black.

The cabin features natural tan and black leather upholstery with a “cloud effect” design and gold pearl leather piping. Nissan is spicing up the interior by adding matte chrome black and carbon fiber accents on the dashboard as well as for the door trim.

Nissan will have these two concepts on display starting March 1 at the Geneva Motor Show.

Source: Nissan

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