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Nothing else quite like these.

Nissan is expecting to pull the crowds to its stand this year with an exciting line-up of concept cars.

British fans will, for example, be able to see the Urge two-seater concept first shown at the Detroit Motor Show. This dynamic car is being brought to the UK specially for the event.

The Micra C+C has aroused a lot of interest since its introduction, but the show will feature a special one-off version.

This one has been produced in association with Conran and has been re-designed inside and out. There is an all-leather interior and liberal use of chrome. And the car comes in the colour "blushing black".

The third concept is a novel version of Nissan's stylish four-by-four Murano. Again this car has been re-styled inside and out. Nissan says the car has been produced to gauge public reaction, so presumably if it's favourable, we may see this model in the showroom soon.

To ensure the fans can also take a close look at something they can buy right now the Japanese car maker will also have a strong line-up of current models on view. And there seem to have been a lot of new models coming from the Nissan stable recently.

Leading the line-up will be the latest from the company, the Note. This compact family car was built after a lot of research into exactly what potential customers wanted ( and what they didn't like about current cars.

The Note is a distinctive-looking car with an abundance of space wrapped up in a stylish package.

It's also a logical car. No need to get the manual out to discover how the seats fold down.

And with the sliding rear seat pushed right back even the leggiest of passengers can stretch their limbs out, limousine style.

Externally the new Note has a face similar to that of Nissan's up-market Murano while the rear, well that's eye catching but like nothing else on the road.
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Geographic Code:9JAPA
Date:Jul 20, 2006
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