Earlier shown at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, the Friend-Me concept reportedly combines sporty and dynamic new design features with a cabin that showcases Nissan's latest vision of in-car technology and entertainment.
The front end is dominated by a deep-set V-motion grille that frames the backlit Nissan badge and extends outwards to incorporate striking headlamp clusters at either end.
Introducing an exciting new design language, the distinctive v-shaped contours flow elegantly over the front wings and down the sides of the car to create a powerful, taut profile. Further back, Friend-Me's floating roof and shallow glass area provide strong visual links to other members of the Nissan family, while kick-up shape around the C- pillar creates another striking styling cue. The rear of Friend-Me incorporates more dramatic elements including racing-style underfloor venturi and bold boomerang-shaped lamp clusters.
Friend-Me features four individual lounge-style seats designed to deliver maximum comfort and safety levels to passengers.
Powering the Friend-Me concept is an efficient PureDrive hybrid power-train that offers superior economy and low emissions with flexible range. The Nissan-developed drive-train combines a petrol engine with latest-gen lithium-ion battery, promising a seamless driving experience.