This year’s Frankfurt Motor Show brought lots of interesting future car concepts. One of them was a sport SUV Nissan Gripz. This new concept has inspired many visitors and has become one of the most popular car on that show.Koncept-krossovera-Nissan-Gripz

The Nissan was inspired by classic rally cars and tried to build a SUV which could be practical on the road and beyond of it.

The Gripz`s designers tried to create a car, which would appear like a famous rally car Nissan 240Z. This car took part in Sahara Rallies across Kenya, Baja and Uganda in 70s. Like a Z-series cars, the Gripz concept has an enlarged clearance, brutal body kit and bright orange paint with black-colored elements.

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The Nissan says that their concept has been made as a car for people who live in the cities and for those, who want to escape from it on the weekends cycling, mounting or kayaking.

Let have a closer look at Nissan Gripz Concept. The front part shows square headlights with boomerang-shaped LED daylights from above. The side of the car got massive black 22-inch wheels with Bridgestone tires. Interesting fact, that concept gets strong roof and scissors-like doors thanks to which entrance inside is much easier than in Juke or other SUV.

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The Gripz interior has four separate seats, original steering wheel and dashboard. Other features include rear camera, front action camera (to record or stream all your driving actions).

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The engine would be taken from LEAF in addition to a small petrol engine. This car will be useful during the all working week and will give you a perfect sense of drive (action) on the weekends. But there not so many chances to see such a nice car in a close future. It`s just a concept which will have a lot of modifications.


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