As reported the British AutoCar edition referring to the vice-president of Nissan concern for design Shiro Nakamura, new updating of Almera in a body "hatchback" will fill up a model range of brand in July of the next year.
Available in two versions, three and five doors, the top line of the A1 versions have a slightly more aggressive bodywork, especially the bumpers and side skirts more favored, along with a rear spoiler and four exhaust outlets.
Daimler is willing to maintain partnership with Renault-Nissan in the coming years. Speaking at the Automotive News website, Dieter Zetsche, CEO of the company, said that work together need not be restricted to a model or a segment.
The BMW had already announced the official presentation of the 4 Series Gran Coupe to the next Geneva Motor Show, scheduled to open March 5. Some pictures of the model, however, circulating the Internet on Friday (31).