Nissan showcased two masterpieces at the Detroit Auto Show
|   Monday, January 28, 2013
Nissan has showcased the Versa Note at the Detroit Motor Show and this is the European variant of the Note which is on sale in America. The vehicle has been heavily inspired from the Nissan Invitation concept which was showcased at the Geneva Motor Show 2012. This five door vehicle will be sold along with the Note in the European market and is based on Nissan's V platform.

The Note will be powered by a supercharged 1.2 liter petrol engine and is based on the Micra DIG – S.
The Versa to be sold in the American market features a 1.6 liter turbo charged engine and is a four cylinder engine displacing 109 BHP along with 107 ft lb of torque. The engine is mated to a five speed manual CBT Xtronic transmission system and returns the best in class 42.8 MPG mileage.

The Versa will feature Nissan's first ever grille shutter and the technology used in the vehicle features a 360 degree parking camera for added vision as well as hands free texting system which could also be installed in the European version of the vehicle. The Versa Note features along with five other models which are yet to be unveiled. However, Nissan plans on launching the other vehicles at by December 2103.

Nissan has also showcased the first glimpse of the Resonance Concept at the Detroit Auto Show and this futuristically designed vehicle could be up for production within the next one year. The Resonance has been designed at the California Designing Studio and is one of the best pieces to come out from the team. Some of the details are yet to be completed and this vehicle could resemble the next generation Murano, which is expected to be out next year.

The Resonance features a 4840 mm long wheelbase while featuring the front end of the next generation Qashqai. The new chrome grille and boomerang headlamp is a new concept which is set to be out by 2014 and is a new designing step towards the future. Nissan plans on holding on to its world market dominance streak and the Resonance could play a major role in that.

Nissan is looking forward to building cars with futuristic designs and technology and many plans are underway at the design center. However no final plans regarding any models have been made and there is a long way to go before any final comments are made publicly. As for the Resonance, Nissan has planned an orange paint scheme for the A and D pillars on the vehicle and this could give the vehicle the edge that it needs.

The Resonance has been built from Space Age technology and everything from body metal to the technology used in the vehicle is superb and out of the world. This is a true wonder and Nissan has stepped into a different league altogether with the resonance Concept. The major controls of the vehicle will be mounted on to touch screen monitors from where it could be controlled.
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