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Nissan offers peek of its 2012 Paris Motor Show offerings

Nissan offers peek of its 2012 Paris Motor Show offerings

Japanese car giant Nissan will be showing off a couple of new Juke models and an intriguing concept car at this year's Paris Motor Show.

Here is just a sample of what Nissan is bringing to the table in the capital of France between September 29th and October 14th.

Nissan Juke NISMO

The brainchild of a group of engineers in Japan, the Nissan Juke NISMO makes affordable yet highly-advanced cars a reality on British roads.

Drivers who peruse the new car will notice a 1.6-litre direct injection turbocharged petrol engine is hidden under the vehicle's bonnet.

There is also a revised chassis design that guarantees an engaging driving experience every time, while a bespoke aerodynamics package is also afforded to the Juke NISMO.

Nissan Juke with Ministry of Sound

The clue is in the title – the Nissan Juke with Ministry of Sound is a car aimed at a motorist who likes their driving experience to be loud and full of thrills.

Just look at the details. Car owners can choose for their new car to be finished in Metallic Black or Solid White hues, while a host of design enhancements will be noticed from all angles of the vehicle.

As if that is not enough, those who purchase a Nissan Juke with Ministry of Sound will be treated with a Ministry of Sound Music Pack. Inside is an Apple iPod touch decorated in a Scratch Shield case, Ministry of Sound headphones and a VIP voucher to spend in the Ministry of Sound music store.

TeRRA concept car

As well as a couple of eye-catching Jukes, the 2012 Paris Motor Show will also be the platform for the world premiere of the TeRRA concept car.

While being designed to look like a standard four-seater vehicle, the car stands out due to the fact that a hydrogen fuel-cell is providing the bulk of the power.

As such, the TeRRA concept car already has an upper hand on the SUV market, while proving that Zero Emissions vehicles have much more use than just being cosy for a drive around the city.

Posted by Louise Clark
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