Nissan AZEAL concept car from 2005
The Nissan AZEAL is a concept vehicle from Nissan that was first presented to the public at the 2005 North American International Auto Show in Liquid Titanium metallic paint work .
Nissan AZEAL details.
It is a AZEAL has the compact dimensions of a small sport coupe with 2+2 seating with split-folding rear seat with internal ski hole and Integrated mood lighting aiming at young buyers. The AZEAL has trendy accessories, such as a built-in navigation system with retractable screen also built-in mobile phone or an MP3 player . The aim of the study is to arouse enthusiasm for his character and his aggressive styling and to arouse the desire of the buyers to buy a Nissan. The car was drawn by Ken Lee and David Wong and was the first Nissan to come out of the new Design Center Farmington Hills (Michigan).
The AZEAL has a turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder inline engine, a manual six-speed transmission and a limited-slip differential. This has front-wheel drive. Outside, the car is equipped with 19 "aluminum rims, double exhaust pipes,Light-jet headlights, prism-like fog lights side skirts and a active airfoil spoiler with roof glass-panel roof roof rails with built-in fixing clips for mounting roof racks for push bikes .
Many details of the exterior fittings have been adopted for mass production on the Sentra model 2007.
Nissan AZEAL Specification.
Engine: turbocharged 2.5-litre 4-cylinder engine
Gearbox: 6-speed manual transmission.
Drive: Front-wheel drive
Wheels: 19-inch wheels and tyres