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2012 Geneva Motor Show: Nissan Invitation concept car
World première before its European market launch in 2013

Nissan INVITATION 5-door hatchback concept, front-side picture.

Nissan INVITATION 5-door hatchback concept, profile picture.

Nissan INVITATION 5-door hatchback concept, rear-side picture.

Nissan INVITATION 5-door hatchback concept, dashboard and centre console picture.

Nissan INVITATION 5-door hatchback concept, driver position, dashboard and console picture.

Nissan INVITATION 5-door hatchback concept, front seats and dashboard wide picture.

Nissan INVITATION 5-door hatchback concept.

7 February 2012: Nissan announced yesterday its four concept cars for this year's Geneva Motor Show (8-18 March).

Two of the four concepts will have their world premieres: the INVITATION hatchback concept and a still unnamed one to be revealed later.

The remaining two concepts which will have their European debut at Geneva are the Juke NISMO and e-NV200 concepts.


Unlike a simple design exercise, the Invitation concept introduces Nissan's forthcoming model for the sub-compact category (B-segment, supermini) in Europe, where it will be launched next and sold alongside the also B-segment models of the brand, the Micra city car and JUKE crossover.

On the outside, the INVITATION concept wraps its energetic shape with a "clean fluidity of the silhouette" to hint at its "potential..." (versions and possibilities), as Nissan put it.

The side is dominated by what Nissan calls a ‘Squash Line', which connects the sculpted front and rear wings in a dynamic "exchange".

François Bancon, Deputy Division General Manager of Product Strategy and Product Planning Division, says: "The name we have given... is self-explanatory... It is inviting thanks to its... generous and comfortable interior space... within compact overall dimensions."

On the mechanical side, Nissan announced that engine technology with a lightweight platform and an aerodynamic shape will help INVITATION achieve high fuel efficiency with an ultra-low CO2 emission target of under 100g/km (for the most fuel efficient version), but with all other versions still eligible for the Nissan's Pure Drive badge.

As far as safety is concerned, the concept features Nissan's advanced Around View Monitor (AVM) safety technology (a notable feature for a B segment car) which helps in reversing and parallel parking, as well as the Nissan Safety Shield Technologies with cameras and proximity sensors to alert the driver to potential danger.  >>>

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