Three of Nissan's four planned LA Auto Show product introductions are world debuts, the automaker announced today.
Headlining the display is the brand's all-new Ellure concept. The sedan is said to add strong innovation to the typically drab four-door sedan.
Next is the Quest minivan. Designers promise the spacious van blends modern styling with functional and fun-to-drive qualities.
Finishing up the trio of premieres is the Murano CrossCabriolet, which Nissan says is the world's first all-wheel drive crossover convertible. This four passenger soft-roader mixes convertible fun with crossover versatility. Both the Quest and Murano CrossCabriolet will hit dealers in early 2011.
Lastly, a production-spec Leaf will be shown for the first time. It's still on schedule for a limited-market December release.
Nissan's luxury division, Infiniti, will bring its 2012 M35 Hybrid sedan to the show. Officials promise it gives "V-8 performance with four-cylinder fuel economy." The automaker's new entry-level, 218-horsepower G25 Sedan will make a showing as well.
Check back for more 2010 LA Show information as its November 18 opening day approaches.