The Frankfurt Motor Show has welcomed a striking new car, with the Nissan Friend-Me displaying the possibilities for the future of the manufacturer's vehicle design.
Making its first appearance in Europe, the vehicles smooth lines, blacked out windows and dramatic curves makes it an eye-catching addition to the motor event.
The car has a deep-set V-motion grille, while the LED headlamps are accentuated by rising waves on the bonnet.
Design cues have been taken from the manufacturers range of "game-changing" crossovers, and the new Friend-Me explores the possible gains from a fully-connected and fully-interactive cabin.
The vehicle has a unique centre console that runs the whole length of the passenger compartment, delivering entertainment for those on the back seat, with digital displays able to be changed due to the passengers wishes.
Nissan have suggested that the Friend-Me could change the nature of the saloon market, both in terms of what they deliver, and the aesthetics it presents.
The hybrid powertrain also helps to deliver in regards to energy efficiency, combining a petrol engine and lithium-ion batteries.
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