2010 LA Auto Show: Nissan to Reveal Three New Models, Infiniti Debuts G25 Sedan

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.

Source: Nissan

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