Nissan Kicks Brazilian Concept
Due to Nissan’s innovative stateside presence, little thought is often given to the manufacturer’s identity as a global auto brand. Momentous news is rarely confined by place and time, however—and the Nissan Kicks Brazilian concept is a sterling example.
Revealed at the São Paulo International Motor Show earlier this year, Nissan’s latest SUV concept is a crossover inspired by the streets of Brazil. With respect to size, the concept runs a middle ground between Juke and Rogue—and the vehicle shares a number of design cues with Nissan’s all-new Murano SUV. Nonetheless, it is Kicks’ attractive color scheme that makes the vehicle a unique representation of Brazilian automotive culture.
Dressed primarily in Satin Liquid Titanium, the Nissan Kicks Brazilian concept is right at home with the silver, white, and black that popularly color the country’s auto options. Rio Sunset Orange is also used to accent the vibrancy of Brazilian lifestyle and culture. Altogether, Kicks is an innovative preview of Nissan’s automotive future—an outlook that includes utility, maneuverability, and plenty of personality.
Certainly speaking, Nissan’s recent U.S. initiatives indicate a similar outlook for SUV enthusiasts here in America. From Rogue’s bold character to the redesigned Murano, Nissan’s future is synonymous with unparalleled performance and unquestionable personality in the crossover space. And all these expressions are available now at Matt Castrucci Nissan in Dayton.
While the world waits on whether the Nissan Kicks Brazilian concept will ever see spotlights beyond the São Paulo Auto Show, Dayton’s Matt Castrucci Nissan is happy to show Ohio drivers the future of its namesake automaker through the SUV innovations available today. Click to browse the dealership’s selection of new Nissan vehicles and feel free to follow up by scheduling a sport utility test drive at your earliest convenience.