The 2014 Beijing Motor Show in China was the venue selected by Nissan to present the Lannia concept. It represents the second product to come out of Nissan’s design center in China opened last year. The vehicle is actually a follow-up to the Friend-Me concept and has been envisioned for the “post-80s” generation in China known as “balinghou”. The interesting sedan features the company’s well-known V-motion front grille and has also received boomerang headlamps. Other noticeable features include angular-shaped LED taillights, a floating roof and a special rear bumper with a built-in diffuser.
The Japanese marque has not published images with the Lannia’s interior cabin but they did say it suits the Chinese digital lifestyle. In other words, expect to find lots of tech gizmos suitable for the young audience in China who would be interested in a stylish sedan.