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LEAF Aero Concept to debut at 2011 Tokyo Auto Salon

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December 21, 2010

The Nissan LEAF Aero Style Concept

The Nissan LEAF Aero Style Concept

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Nissan has provided a peak at the goodies it has in store for January's Tokyo Auto Salon aftermarket show. The vehicles from Nissan and its subsidiaries Autech and NISMO range from styling concepts to production racecars and includes makeovers for the just-out-of-the-blocks all-electric LEAF and mini-crossover JUKE.

The Nissan LEAF Aero Style Concept sees the LEAF equipped with an aero body kit comprising a new bumper and flat black and white wheels to give the vehicle a much sportier appearance. Meanwhile, the JUKE Sporty Package is equipped with exterior accessories designed for European and North American markets including chrome parts and 17-inch allow wheels.

The JUKE Sporty Package

Pro tuner subsidiary Autech is responsible for the Elgrand Rider Premium Concept, the Serena Rider and the March Bolero, while Nismo, Nissan’s motorsports and performance division, is providing the Nissan Nismo GT-R RC, the Nismo Version Fairlady Z, the Elgrand S-tune and the Motul Autech GT-R.

The Tokyo Auto Salon 2011 will be held January 14-16, 2011 at Makuhari Messe.

Via: Autoblog.

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I hope more techincal information on the LEAF Aero Style Concept will be forthcoming soon.

Adrian Akau
22nd December, 2010 @ 01:34 pm PST
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