Nissan today unveiled the Kicks concept, which will debut in the Sao Paulo auto show, which opens its gates on this Thursday, October 30.
The car will be another addition to the already wide range of crossovers and SUVs of the Japanese company, with Nissan stating that it is aimed at “today’s fast-growing Brazilian entrepreneurs”. Originally it will only be sold on the local Brazilian market, with Nissan to indicate that it will seriously consider offering the car in other countries as a cheaper alternative to the Juke.
The design of the Kicks concept is the result of the design studio of Nissan in South and North America. It stands on 19 inch alloy wheels, the front part is wearing a V-shaped mask and it has the typical lines of a crossover, muscular guards with sharp edges, roof rails and a raised driving position. Its length is 4.3 meters, width 1.8 meters, the height reaches 1.6 meters, while the wheelbase is 2,620 mm in. Nissan did not say anything about the mechanical part of the car.