The carmaker will also display its complete range of models for the Indian market at the auto show. Sharing the centrestage with the new Sunny will be the Friend-Me concept car. Friend-Me, which combines sporty and dynamic new design, features a cabin that showcases Nissan's latest vision of in-car technology and entertainment.
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Nissan will also display the championship winning GT-R GT500 that competes in Japans coveted Super GT Series in the GT500 class. The GT-R GT500 combines breakthrough technology and design, and is the pinnacle of on-track performance.
Nissans Terrano compact SUV will be present in an accessorized version also with features that further enhance its looks and convenience.
The Evalia MUV will be displayed with new improved features, adding to its standard equipment list. The Evalia recently received an update in terms of convenience features and Auto Expo will see Nissans continued approach to make it even better.
Other models from Nissans current Indian line-up, including Micra Active and new Micra hatchbacks will also be on show too. The automaker will also feature customer-focused technologies like the Xtronic CVT and the K9K diesel engine that power its range of Indian vehicles.
Datsun, Nissans second brand in India, will also be present at the Auto Expo. Datsun will stage the world premiere of its first new concept car. Additionally, Datsun will show the Datsun GO+ seven-seater for the first time in India.
The line of vehicles offered by Nissan in India includes mid-sized sedan Sunny, Nissan Evalia MPV, compact hatchback Nissan Micra, compact premium SUV Nissan Terrano, luxury sedan Nissan Teana, Nissan SUV X-Trail and sports car Nissan '370Z'. These are priced between Rs 4.9 lakh and Rs 26.96 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).