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Nissan to Present Eight Vehicles at Tokyo Motor Show

Displays include GT-R PROTO and Pivo electric car concept

TOKYO (Oct. 7, 2005)--Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., will present a total of eight show vehicles at the upcoming 2005 Tokyo Motor Show, including five concept cars, that incorporate new and exciting ideas for models to come. The five concept cars include the "GT-R PROTO," which gives clear design direction for the next-generation GT-R, 'Pivo,' an imaginative, compact electric car, and "Foria," a compact coupe that combines powerful styling with elegance.

Nissan's exhibit is built around three themes - "Driving Pleasure," "Modern Living," and "Innovative Technology.' 'Driving Pleasure' refers to Nissan's philosophy that all vehicles should be enjoyable to drive no matter what size or shape. 'Modern Living,' is a new Nissan concept that stresses advanced design value in cabins, while 'Innovative Technology' refers to Nissan's emphasis on technologies that meet the needs of customers, while reducing the burden on the environment.

- User-friendly three-seater commuter with future electric powertrain technologies
- The cabin can be rotated 360 degrees thanks to drive-by-wire technologies, eliminating the need to reverse
- Advanced technologies such as "See-through Pillars" and "Around View Monitor" help reduce blind spots
- New human-machine interface (HMI) "IR commander" allows driver to control audio and navigation systems and air conditioner by pointing finger(s) to the dash-mounted infrared camera
- The electric powertrain matches the Nissan-developed compact lithium-ion battery and Super Motor achieving zero emissions and enabling a compact vehicle packaging

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