and electric hybrid
The Nissan Yanya concept which Nissan rolled out at the
2002 Geneva Motor Show was an extremely adaptable vehicle
which could be configured in a variety of ways to suit
the drivers needs.
It was a supermini with mild off-road capabilities which
could be turned from a fully enclosed vehicle into either
a convertible or a small pickup.
Power for the Nissan Yanya came from a hybrid drivetrain.
Up front was a small internal combustion engine which
powered the front wheels. While at the rear an electric
motor would supply power to the rear wheels if needed.
While the exterior styling of the Yanya would have required
some tweaking to make it more palatable to the average
consumer, the highly versatile design and distinctive
appearance would certainly have appealed to a great number
of potential buyers had the car gone into production.
The interior of the Yanya featured four individual seats
and each occupant got their own internet connection.
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Nissan GT-R Proto
Nissan V35 GT-R
Nissan Pivo 2
Nissan Round Box (R.D/B.X)