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2015 Nissan Gripz

Nissan Gripz Concept, 2015
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Nissan Gripz Concept, 2015 - Interior
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Nissan Gripz Concept, 2015 - Interior
Nissan Gripz Concept, 2015 - Interior
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Nissan Gripz Concept, 2015 - Interior
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Nissan Gripz Concept, 2015 - Interior
Nissan Gripz Concept, 2015 - Interior
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Nissan Gripz Concept, 2015 - Interior
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Nissan Gripz Concept, 2015 - Interior
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Nissan Gripz Concept: A radical sports crossover
"Эмоциональная геометрия" - именно так в официальном русском варианте называется дизайнерский язык, который получат будущие модели Nissan. О том, чего можно ожидать от марки, красноречиво рассказал новый молодежный компактный кроссовер Gripz. Построенный по посадочной формуле 2+2, новый японский прототип традиционным уже образом ориентирован на молодую активную аудиторию, а его облик создавался по мотивам одновременно джипов для ралли-рейдов и гоночных велосипедов. Однако главным прообразом концепта создателя считают легендарного победителя ралли Сафари Nissan 240Z. В 1970-х эти спорткары были переработаны с использованием опыта, полученного при разработке полноприводных моделей Nissan для сложных ралли Baja Peninsula, проходивших на равнинах Кении, в Уганде и современной Танзании. Эти раллийные машины имели приподнятый кузов, усиленную подвеску и контрастную окраску: капот и крышка багажника были черно-матового цвета, а основная часть кузова - красно-оранжевая.

Как в силовой структуре, так и в облицовочных кузовных панелях кроссовера активно использовался углепластик. Передние кромки дверей, выполнены в форме бумеранга. Кузов Gripz имеет четыре двери, причем передние - с острыми гранями на пересечении поверхностей - при открывании выходят из поверхности кузова наружу и поднимаются вверх, а задние двери меньшего размера открываются навстречу движению. Средних стоек у кузова нет, что упрощает доступ в пассажирский салон с компоновкой 2+2.

Над внешностью кроссовера работала команда дизайнеров из Европы и Японии, а вот салон автомобиля проектировали исключительно японцы. Он выполнен под девизом "функциональная простота" и, по замыслу дизайнеров, ассоциируется с гоночными шоссейными велосипедами. Формованные ковшеобразные сиденья и центральная консоль сделаны с оглядкой на велосипедное сиденье.

В движение Gripz приводится гибридной силовой установкой Pure Drive e-Power. Подробностей производитель не раскрывает – известно лишь, что электромотор в составе установки позаимствован у Nissan Leaf, а работающий с ним экономичный бензиновый двигатель трудится в роли генератора.


FRANKFURT – Crossover pioneer Nissan has revealed a new concept car that points to an innovative new future for the brand. Conceived by designers in Europe and Japan, the Nissan Gripz Concept blends the ability and practicality of a compact crossover with the excitement and performance of a sports car.

Infused with an exciting and adventurous feel – thanks to its radical design and advanced powertrain concept – the Nissan Gripz Concept is Nissan's next move as a game changer. It is a glimpse of how a future compact crossover from the pioneer of the segment might look.

The Nissan Gripz Concept is designed as a car with a dual personality – a vehicle that can handle the day-to-day commute and deliver a genuine adventure at the weekend.

In the same way a cyclist will use a bike to get to work and then head out on that same machine for an adrenaline fuelled ride when the working day is over, so too can the driver of the Nissan Gripz Concept tackle the city streets during the week before enjoying a drive over a mountain pass on a day off.

Inspiration

Although maintaining a similar footprint to a compact crossover, the Nissan Gripz Concept has the silhouette of a sports car with a raised ride height, equipped to conquer more challenging driving conditions.

The result pays homage to one of Nissan's first "crossovers" – the iconic Safari Rally-winning Nissan 240Z. In the 1970s, these sports cars were re-engineered using expertise gathered from Nissan's 4x4 range to cope with the demanding conditions of the Baja Peninsula, the open plains of Kenya, Uganda and present day Tanzania. These rally racers featured a raised ride height, toughened suspension and sported a matte-black finish for the bonnet and trunk set against a deep red-orange body color.

The Nissan 240Zs were proof that sports cars didn't have to be low to the ground to be fun. The Nissan Gripz Concept proves this again – incorporating Nissan's expertise in crossovers, 4x4s, sports cars, and to bring it fully up to date for the new generation, electric powertrain prowess.

Powertrain

The Nissan Gripz Concept is equipped with an EV technology based Series hybrid system "Pure Drive e-Power." An efficient gasoline engine is used to power the electric motor found in the Nissan LEAF.

The powertrain combines Nissan's various control technologies from its years of experience developing EVs. This configuration delivers smooth, swift and linear acceleration in near-silence, with supreme efficiency. As a result, the Nissan Gripz Concept offers a smooth, refined and exhilarating driving experience with outstanding fuel efficiency.

Design

The Nissan Gripz Concept is seen as a design statement rather than a replacement for an existing model, although it does feature cues from Nissan's new "emotional geometry" design language.

The Crossover concept incorporates four key design elements first seen in Europe on the Nissan Sway, one of the stars of the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. As with Sway, Gripz features a V-motion grille, boomerang lamps front and rear, a floating roof and a kicked-up C pillar.

However, the similarities end there. While Sway hinted at a possible direction for a compact hatchback, the Nissan Gripz Concept is quite the different proposition.

"Nissan pioneered the idea of the compact crossover, and this is reflected in the enormous popularity of Qashqai and JUKE and the resulting growth of the market segment as other manufacturers play catch-up,"said Shiro Nakamura, senior vice president and chief creative officer, Nissan Motor Company, Ltd."While the Nissan Gripz Concept is not seen as a direct replacement for either of those two iconic vehicles, it does show the extremes to which the compact crossover can be pushed."

Created through collaboration between Nissan Design Europe in London and Nissan Global Design Center in Japan, the exterior of the Nissan Gripz Concept is guided by the "emotional geometry" body sculpting concept which depicts strong contrasts through the dynamic, tensional, yet edgy surface.

Dual Personality

Taking the high-tech simplicity – two apparent contradictions – of a racing bicycle as inspiration, the concept features a carbon frame over which expressive body panels are placed, like armored cladding.

Exposed carbon elements spear through the design, accentuating features such as the boomerang-shape given to the leading edge of the front door structure. Gripz has four doors – with deep dihedral front doors that swing out and up when opened, and a pair of rear-hinged half-doors behind. There is no B-pillar, allowing easy access to the 2+2 interior.

The front end is dominated by Nissan's V-motion grille, mounted low and framed by rectangular lamps housing high and low beams.

Embedded in the lamps are forward-facing cameras that record every journey, just as a helmet-cam is used by cyclists. Using a live feed, adventures through great roads can be beamed around the world, allowing for friends to follow the car's progress on their computer, tablet or smart phone in real time.

Boomerang-shaped running lights sit above the lamps, on top of the front fenders and denote the demarcation line between the matt-black bonnet and the red-orange main body color.

More matte-black can be found on the extended wheel arches, the pinched and indented triangular sill (raised to increase ground clearance) and the A-pillar leading to the floating roof. The roof features a central glazed panel with bullet grey-colored composite panels on either side over the seating areas.

These reduce in width as they flow towards the rear of the car and blend into the rear lamps, which mirror the boomerang shape of the front running lights and wrap themselves around the rear three quarters of the car.

At the rear, a dramatic truncated matte-black Kamm tail gives the concept a "codatronca" effect, while beneath the tailgate sits a pair of chromed trapezoidal exhaust pipes.

Constructed for the concept by Bridgestone, three-spoke, 22-inch wheels are also inspired by racing bicycles – lightweight yet strong, wearing comparatively thin high-pressure tires. Red and white graphics on the sidewalls are replicated on the car's steering wheel.

While the exterior was created in Europe, a dedicated team based in Japan designed the interior. Like the exterior, functional simplicity is the key to the design.

Again featuring a mix of matte-grey and the deep red-orange colors, the interior underlines the car's Tour de France inspiration with exposed tubes, molded bucket seats and layered features echoing the cladding effect found on the exterior.

The seats and center console are directly inspired by bicycles, as are the door pulls that are shaped like saddles from a racing bike. The three-spoke steering wheel, meanwhile, replicates the car's road wheels, right down to the special graphics found on the tire sidewalls.

Like the Nissan Sway Concept and recent production cars, the Nissan Gripz Concept has a "Gliding Wing" instrument panel. This elegantly thin design combines strength with simplicity and perfectly echoes the ethos of the concept.

"What influence this Concept's design has on the next crossover generation from Nissan remains to be seen, though we are keen to gauge public reaction when it appears at the Frankfurt Show," said Nakamura.
Quelle: auto.vesti.ru; Nissan Press Release
Andere Nissan
1969 Nissan Datsun 240Z (Fairlady Z), 1970 Nissan 126X, 1970 Nissan 270X, 1970 Nissan 315-a Concept, 1971 Nissan 216X, 1971 Nissan ESV, 1973 Nissan EV Truck Concept, 1975 Nissan AD-1 Concept, 1975 Nissan GR-1 Concept , 1977 Nissan AD-2, 1977 Nissan EV Guide, 1977 Nissan GR-2, 1981 Nissan NX-018, 1983 Nissan NRV-II, 1983 Nissan NX-21, 1985 Nissan BE-1 Concept, 1985 Nissan COM COM, 1985 Nissan CUE-X, 1985 Nissan EV Guide-II, 1985 Nissan EV Resort, 1985 Nissan LUC-2 Concept, 1985 Nissan MID4, 1987 Nissan ARC-X, 1987 Nissan Judo, 1987 Nissan Jura, 1987 Nissan MID4-II, 1987 Nissan Pao Concept, 1987 Nissan Saurus Concept, 1987 Nissan S-Cargo, 1989 Nissan 300XM (NTC IF), 1989 Nissan Boga, 1989 Nissan Chapeau, 1989 Nissan Figaro Concept, 1989 Nissan NEO-X, 1989 Nissan UV-X, 1990 Nissan Gobi, 1991 Nissan Cocoon, 1991 Nissan Duad, 1991 Nissan FEV, 1991 Nissan TRI-X, 1992 Nissan 300 Bambu (Zagato), 1992 Nissan 300 Seta (Zagato), 1993 Nissan AP-X, 1993 Nissan AQ-X, 1995 Nissan AA-X, 1995 Nissan CQ-X, 1995 Nissan FEV-II, 1995 Nissan XIX Concept, 1997 Nissan AL-X, 1997 Nissan Hypermini, 1997 Nissan Stylish 6, 1997 Nissan TrailRunner, 1998 Nissan KYXX, 1999 Nissan AXY, 1999 Nissan Cypact, 1999 Nissan NCS, 1999 Nissan SUT, 1999 Nissan XVL, 1999 Nissan Z Concept, 2000 Nissan Fusion, 2001 Nissan Alpha-T, 2001 Nissan Chappo, 2001 Nissan Crossbow, 2001 Nissan GT-R, 2001 Nissan ideo, 2001 Nissan Kino, 2001 Nissan mm.e, 2001 Nissan Nails, 2002 Nissan Quest, 2002 Nissan Yanya, 2003 Nissan C-Note, 2003 Nissan Dunehawk, 2003 Nissan Effis, 2003 Nissan Evalia, 2003 Nissan Fuga, 2003 Nissan Jikoo, 2003 Nissan Redigo, 2003 Nissan Serenity, 2004 Nissan Actic, 2004 Nissan Qashqai, 2004 Nissan Tone, 2005 Nissan Amenio, 2005 Nissan Azeal, 2005 Nissan Foria, 2005 Nissan GTR, 2005 Nissan Moco Concept, 2005 Nissan Note Adidas Edition, 2005 Nissan Pivo, 2005 Nissan Sport Concept, 2005 Nissan Zaroot, 2006 Nissan Note, 2006 Nissan Terranaut, 2006 Nissan Urge, 2007 Nissan Bevel, 2007 Nissan Intima , 2007 Nissan Mixim, 2007 Nissan NV200, 2007 Nissan Pivo 2, 2007 Nissan Round Box, 2008 Nissan Denki Cube, 2008 Nissan Nuvu, 2009 Nissan Land Glider, 2009 Nissan NV2500, 2009 Nissan Qazana, 2010 Nissan Ellure, 2010 Nissan Townpod , 2011 Nissan Compact Sport Concept, 2011 Nissan Esflow, 2011 Nissan Pivo 3, 2012 Nissan Extrem, 2012 Nissan Hi-Cross, 2012 Nissan Invitation, 2012 Nissan TeRRA, 2013 Nissan BladeGlider, 2013 Nissan Friend-ME, 2013 Nissan IDx Freeflow/NISMO, 2013 Nissan Resonance, 2014 Nissan Kicks, 2014 Nissan Lannia, 2014 Nissan Pulsar Nismo, 2014 Nissan Sport Sedan, 2015 Nissan Gripz, 2015 Nissan IDS, 2015 Nissan Sway, 2015 Nissan Teatro for Dayz, 2016 Nissan Titan Warrior, 2017 Nissan IMx, 2017 Nissan Vmotion 2.0, 2018 Nissan GT-R50 (ItalDesign), 2018 Nissan IMx KURO, 2018 Nissan Xmotion, 2019 Nissan IMk, 2019 Nissan IMq, 2019 Nissan IMs
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MG
Samstag, 19. September 2015
HIDEOUS LOOKS LIKE A MONKEYS ASS.
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