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New Nissan models and concepts
At the 2005 Tokyo motor show

APN,
15th October 2005.

Nissan Motor Company will field no less than eight show vehicles at the 39th Tokyo Motor Show (Public days from 22 October to 6th Nov.), including five concept cars, to express its new ideas for models to come.

The five concept cars include the "GT-R PROTO," which gives clear design direction for the next-generation GT-R, the "Pivo" compact electric car, and the compact coupe "Foria".

The second-biggest Japanese car manufacturer will build its exhibit around three themes - "Driving Pleasure," "Modern Living," and "Innovative Technology". In other words, they refer respectively to human feel, design and of course, technology.

First, the GT-R PROTO provides a clear indication of the final design direction for the production model to be launched in 2007.

Nissan GT-R Proto: the next GT-R won't be derived from a sedan.

Four years earlier, or just two years after its rescue program started, Nissan displayed at the 35th Tokyo Motor Show in 2001, the GT-R Concept, confirming that the GT-R legend would be continued into the 21st century.

In 2003, Nissan announced that the next-generation GT-R would be rolled out in 2007.

Now with the launch of the production model just two years away, the development of the new GT-R has moved ahead again with the reveal of the GT-R PROTO.

Successive generations of the GT-R have consistently pursued the vision of ultimate driving feel and performance.

The 2007 model will the first all-new GT-R in eight years.

Exterior design - The design of the GT-R PROTO expresses the GT-R heritage, from the first model PGC10 (1969) through R34 (1999), in a new and expressive form.

From its original roots as a pure-bred Japanese performance car, the new GT-R will now be a car sold globally, recognizing its ability to compete with the very best in the world. For the first time in its history, the new GT-R will be designed as a specific body style, and not derived from a sedan.

At the front end, the single center air intake optimises airflow. The overall shape of the body combines solid and smooth surfaces to achieve the look of a well-trained athlete. The C-pillar crease is designed for optimum aerodynamics, reflecting the racing DNA of the GT-R.

The rear of the GT-R PROTO signature comes in the four ring-shaped tail lamps, providing an immediate visual link to previous GT-R models.

Four large-bore exhaust pipes complete the purposeful look, which could only be that of a pure GT-R. The GT-R PROTO provides for the first time a clear indication of the final design direction for the production model to be launched in 2007, the first all-new GT-R in eight years.

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