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The Nissan Ellure To Be Unveiled At The L.A. Auto Show

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On: Wed, Nov 17, 2010 at 10:25AM | By: Sherry Christiansen


The Nissan Ellure To Be Unveiled At The L.A. Auto Show

The last major auto show of the year comes to Los Angeles this week, considered one of the most green car shows in the world. The 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show is the last stop for automakers to introduce their latest production cars.

Nissan has announced its participation at the 2010 Los Angeles auto show where it will unveil the new Nissan Ellure concept, one of three vehicles that the Japanese automaker plans to launch at this year’s L.A. Auto Show.

The details on the Nissan Ellure have not yet been released by Nissan, but the Japanese automaker has announced that the Ellure will “distinguish itself through innovation.” While details are limited, it will be an entry-level sedan that’s packed with green features.

The real statistics on the Nissan Ellure Concept are being kept hush hush, and Nissan has chosen instead to release some poetic phrases to give just a hint at just what the car has in store for consumers. Nissan is saying that the Ellure Concept car is a Sedan that symbolizes a "dramatic new-value sedan exploration".

As far as the design of the new Nissan Allure, the company is saying the Allure was built "to bring a higher level of progressive and distinctive expression to the segment."

Another vague but intriguing description of the illusive concept vehicle as stated by The Japanese Automaker is “passion and emotion to traditional sedan efficiency.”

Without giving any details, Mark Perry, Nissan’s director of product planning, has already confirmed through a recent press release that one of the automaker's three new models that will debut at the LA Auto Show this week will be an electric plug-in vehicle.

Two vehicles that Nissan will display are models that we already know about; the 2011 Murano convertible and the production version of the all-electric Leaf. Number 3 will be the Sedan called the Ellure which has been described vaguely.

Perry withheld all other stats on the Ellure, but he did say it, "signals some things for Nissan's future.” Now that everyone’s curiosity is really peaked, the car that seems to really live up to its name, (the way it's phonetically spelled), will be at the top of the list of new cars to take a close look at when it is unveiled in L.A. this week.


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