Meet the Nissan Ellure Concept car from the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show. Nissan’s Chief Creative Officer was on hand to introduce the Ellure. The Ellure not only has the “green” qualities as a hybrid, but it also has styling that will bring back buyers who may have left the sedan family or even the brand, for the ever-popular crossover segment.
The Ellure Concept’s exterior is highlighted by a deeply skirted front fascia, large 90-degree opening doors with rear-hinged rear doors for full panoramic interior access, a full-length tinted glass roof, and special “Geode” White tri-coat mica paint. Inside, the dramatic lounge-inspired interior utilizes eco-materials, touch screen displays, hidden electronics, a “floating” sculptural center console and red recessed lighting.
In Nissan’s words… The Sedan Re-Imagined. We can’t wait to see if the Ellure Concept comes to production.
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