Nissan has announced plans to introduce the Friend-ME concept at the Shanghai Motor Show.
Created by the company's Beijing design center, the Friend-ME promises to appeal to young and vibrant people. Nissan declined to release pictures but said the model will have a unique center console that allows "equal information sharing among all aboard." That's pretty cryptic, but it seems to imply there will be a full-length center console with infotainment systems for the front and rear passengers.
Besides the mysterious Friend-ME, Nissan will showcase twenty other vehicles including the GT-R, Quest, Murano and Teana. Visitors can also check out Nissan's Innovation Wall as well as take a whiff of the company's green tea-inspired fragrance.