In March, Nissan teased us with a new sedan concept it had designed "for the Chinese digital lifestyle." At the 2014 Auto China, the Japanese carmaker has finally revealed the vehicle, and it's called the Lannia Concept.
The concept is supposedly the second model to come out of Nissan's China design center, which opened its doors in 2013. The Lannia Concept features Nissan's signature trademarks like the V-motion grille, the boomerang headlamps, and the 'floating' roof.
"The Lannia Concept joins our growing family of China-focused models," said Nissan chief planning officer Andy Palmer. "It was designed by Chinese, built by Chinese for the Chinese people, and ultimately, for the world."
Could this mean that, if the Lannia Concept goes into production, we might see it on our roads? Only time--and Nissan Philippines--can tell.