After a couple of teasers, Nissan has unveiled the production-ready Lannia which will probably remain a China-only model.
After a couple of teasers , Nissan has unveiled the production-ready Lannia which will probably remain a China-only model.
Targeting the younger audience, Nissan's mid-size sedan looks pretty much the same as the namesake concept from last year and comes with a floating roofline and boomerang-shaped headlights equipped with LED technology. The vehicle was styled by Nissan Design China and benefits from the corporate V-motion grille while the rear end hosts a subtle diffuser and wraparound taillights.
Stepping inside the cabin, it gets a flat-bottomed steering wheel wrapped around in leather with red stitching, illuminated cup holders, seven-inch touchscreen display part of the infotainment system developed in China, along with red graphics on the dashboard and center console. The seats and center armrest have been wrapped around in leather while the door handles, gear knob have received a shiny chrome finish also applied on the air vent surrounds.
Nissan isn't saying what powers the 2015 Lannia, but details should be released soon taking into account the sedan is scheduled to go on sale this fall.