2011 Nissan Compact Sports Concept

With so many concepts being teased and unveiled over the past few days, it’s becoming a little confusing trying to keep tabs on these cars. But we’re not complaining because we’d take confusion overload over boredom any day of the week.

Having said that, we have a new Nissan concept to introduce: the Compact Sports Concept. Based on the what looks to be the future of the Micra , the Compact Sports Concept might be a little shorter – by 8cm – than the Micra but it’s got quite a cracker of a powertrain under its hood. Powering the Compact Sports Concept is a 1.6-liter turbo engine that produces 190 horsepower and mated through a CVT gearbox.

Full details are still being withheld as of the moment, but from the images that were released, there’s definitely some semblance of new-age design on the CSC, specifically in its interior. Since it’s a concept, we don’t expect the entire details of the CSC to make it to the production version – if there is one, that is.

Nissan has made no indication whether the concept will be translated into a production model but considering the details we know of the car and the design it comes with, we certainly wouldn’t mind seeing the Compact Sports Concept out on the road as a production model in the future.


25 comments:

I think this concept has been rumored before. If I’m mistaken it has been debuted during the Shanghai Grand Prix.

I like the bubble shape of this car. It seems that this will be the start of the innovation of car concept! I think it looks better than a Smart cars.

I find the size of this car kind of cute. I Want to test drive this car and know how reliable it is since I can sense that it will be fuel efficient.

hmm. It looks like a bubble car! I think the design is quite impressive. I want to know the actual size of this car because I can see that its similar with a Fiat. 

Well, judging from how this one looks, I would definitely say that this one is already ripe to be made into a production version. Let’s just hope that the folks at Nissan also have the same thoughts.

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