Nissan at the Geneva Motor Show 2013

New Nissan Note

New Nissan Note

With innovative design, first-in-sector technologies and an advanced engine range, the new Note is set to shake up the B-segment. Built in Europe and engineered to suit Europe’s roads, the Note brings the distinctive lines of the acclaimed Invitation concept car to the showroom – delivering bold looks, premium class technology and superb practicality.

The Note also sets new standards for B-segment technology with advanced features such as Nissan’s innovative Around View Monitor and Nissan Safety Shield system.

The Note makes its European debut at the Geneva Motor Show ahead of its launch across Europe in the autumn.


New Nissan LEAF

Taking Zero Emissions technology to the next level, the new European built LEAF makes its world debut at Geneva. Developed and engineered specifically for the European market, the new LEAF marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter in Nissan’s history. Fully integrated into Nissan’s European production line-up, built at Nissan’s Sunderland facility, it features new technologies that deliver improved real-world battery autonomy and a host of detail enhancements to make life even easier.

As part of its integration, the new LEAF range has been significantly expanded to provide buyers with more choice on equipment, colour and price.

Resonance Concept

Nissan Resonance Concept

Nissan’s bold vision for the future of crossover design becomes a reality with the European debut of the innovative Resonance concept.

Created by Nissan Design America, the Resonance pushes the boundaries of crossover design, showcasing fresh ideas and new technologies that allow drivers to fully exploit the potential of their cars. Featuring an interior inspired by the concept of VIP space travel, the Resonance is powered by an equally advanced hybrid electric drivetrain that combines ultra-efficient performance with low emissions.

Juke Nismo

Nissan Juke Nismo

The Nissan Juke Nismo captures the spirit of innovation and driving excitement that makes Nismo one of the most revered names in both motorsport and gaming. Spearheading Nismo’s introduction to Europe, the Juke Nismo brings affordable and accessible performance to the crossover market, reinforcing Nissan’s reputation for innovation in this constantly evolving sector.

Distinguished by powerful design and race-inspired details, the Juke Nismo is powered by a 1.6-litre 200PS DIG-T turbocharged engine that combines sharp performance with affordable running costs.

370Z Nismo

Nissan 370Z Nismo

Following in the wheeltracks of the Juke Nismo, the new 370Z Nismo confirms Nissan’s commitment to offering a broad and comprehensive Nismo road car range for European buyers.

Shown to the public for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show, the exciting new 370Z Nismo is equipped with a modified version of its acclaimed six-cylinder powerplant that produces more power and torque. The chassis has also been reworked to deliver an even more thrilling drive, while a new exhaust system ensures that the fastest 370Z to date sounds just as exciting as it looks.

2013 GT-R

Nissan 2013 GT-R

With sharper performance, improved high-speed stability and more responsive handling, the 2013 model year GT-R sets new standards for high-performance motoring. Inspired and driven by Nissan’s successful racing programmes, the latest GT-R features numerous detail improvements, including new injectors for accurate fuelling, a new turbo relief valve that delivers improved flexibility, and a revised suspension set-up.

As a result of these engineering enhancements, the 2013 model year GT-R can reach 100km/h in 2.7 seconds – 0.1 seconds quicker than the 2012 model year car.

Juke n-tec

The acclaimed Juke range expands once more with the debut of the new n-tec model. With more innovative technology and a striking design package, the n-tec becomes the latest advanced variant of a model that goes from strength to strength. Technical highlights include an enhanced Nissan Connect system that incorporates Google’s Send-To-Car-Technology and the ability to send routes to the car for forward planning. The new system also includes complete access to Google’s Points of Interest Database and features clearer navigation mapping along with a larger 5.8-inch screen.

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