Nissan Azeal Concept 

  • 2005
 
According to Nissan, the Azeal is a fresh interpretation of the small sports coupe—an affordable, high-performance, entry-level coupe with an emphasis on personality and aggressive styling—that hints at a possible production coupe based on the next-generation Sentra.
by RON-KIINO (Jan, 2005)
The urban theme is carried into the interior with polished aluminum surfaces everywhere and vents that mimic the grille's 'grate' look.
by AutomobileMag News (Jan, 2005)

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10
Dec

Nissan Azeal Concept

www.supercars.net
DETROIT (Jan 9, 2005) - Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) today unveiled the dynamic Azeal Coupe Concept, which is designed to be an affordable, performance-oriented entry-level coupe with the style and personality to match the lifestyles of its young, active target buyers.
The Azeal design exercise is the first concept car created by Nissan Design America's (NDA) new studio in Farmington Hills, Mich..
7
Jan

2005 Nissan AZEAL Concept

AutomobileMag News
The clean, unblemished exterior gives the Azeal an urban feel, an impression reinforced by an attractive grille design which reminds us (in a good way) of a city sewer grate.
The urban theme is carried into the interior with polished aluminum surfaces everywhere and vents that mimic the grille's 'grate' look.
1
Jan

Nissan Azeal Concept

by RON KIINO |
Car & Driver News
Auto Shows arrow Nissan Azeal Concept 2005 Detroit Auto Show The Azeal sports-coupe concept shows Nissan is eager to present a challenge to the compact Scion tC coupe.
The first concept car designed by Nissan’s new studio in Farmington Hills, Michigan, the Azeal blends aggressive lines into a small and potentially affordable package.

Specifications Full list of technical specs

general

Brand Nissan
Year 2005

transmission

Gearing Traditional

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc

power & handling

Steering system Rack and pinion

engine

Fuels Gas
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