Nissan at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show
Nissan showcases its model diversity and engineering passion
- Striking BladeGlider concept makes European show debut
- Zero-emissions e-NV200 debuts in full production form
- GT-R Nismo - fastest ever Nissan production car - makes European debut
Nissan continues towards goal of being number one Asian brand in the region
- Strong demand for European built, class-leading models
- Production ramping up at Nissan plants in both UK and Spain
Nissan's command of the crossover segment is further reinforced at the 84th Geneva Motor Show with the brand's unrivalled crossover family taking centre stage. The all-new X-Trail and all-new Qashqai highlight Nissan's ongoing crossover development, which will be strengthened by the arrival of another next generation model in Geneva.
The 2014 Geneva Motor Show also showcases Nissan's diverse innovation. From the world debut of the zero-emissions e-NV200 to the European premiere of the GT-R Nismo, Nissan is demonstrating its unrivalled passion for design, engineering and innovation.
Record levels of demand for its advanced and technologically innovative products, plus a raft of new or revised vehicles, means that Nissan will build more cars, crossovers and light commercial vehicles than ever at its European plants in 2014. Existing high levels of demand for class-leading vehicles such as the Nissan Qashqai and the all-electric Nissan LEAF, and a significant second all-electric vehicle, e-NV200, means that Nissan will be using even more of the production capacity at its plants in the UK, Spain and Russia. And there's more to come. The significance of Nissan's European manufacturing plants cannot be underestimated: last year, some 80 percent of all Nissan vehicles sold in Europe were built in Europe. In the 30 years since manufacturing began in the region, Europe has built more than 10 million Nissan vehicles.