Category Archives: Nissan Concepts


Is the Nissan Xmotion Concept expected to go on sale?

Nissan revealed an all-new concept model, the Nissan Xmotion (pronounced “cross-motion”) at the 2018 North American International Auto Show earlier this week, and our team here at Matt Castrucci Nissan can’t wait to show you what the vehicle looks like. The six-passenger, three-row concept vehicle features a perfect blend of head-turning styling and uniqueness, but is it expected to ever go on sale or will it remain a concept model? Read on for details!  Read the rest of this entry >>

Nissan reveals 370Z-inspired Gripz Concept crossover

Mysterious Nissan revealed as 370Z-inspired Gripz Concept crossover

Nissan knows how to keep a really good secret. Only a few weeks ago Nissan released mysterious images of a new vehicle that had us and the rest of the auto industry guessing. The images only revealed a small portion of the vehicle, with the rest of it shrouded in darkness. What could this new vehicle be? While many were hoping for a new Nissan 370Z, others were wary of a new crossover. We’re happy to share that Nissan revealed a 370Z-inspired Gripz Concept crossover that exceeds all expectations and hopes. Read the rest of this entry >>

American release date of Nissan Sway concept

New Nissan Sway hatchback concept debuts in Geneva

American release date of Nissan Sway concept

The Sway is Nissan’s latest concept vehicle and made its grand debut at the Geneva International Motor Show on March 3. Nissan has expressed interest in expanding the small hatchback segment in Europe and the Sway concept is built specifically with a European audience in mind. Read the rest of this entry >>

Titanium Sunsets and the Nissan Kicks Brazilian Concept


The Nissan Kicks Brazilian concept, as shown at the São Paulo International Motor Show.

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. Read the rest of this entry >>