Nissan surprised many by revealing the IDx concepts at the Tokyo motor show, the undeniable star in what has become a regional show without much global relevance.
Though many people expected to see a ‘Z car’ replacement revealed at the show -- a fabled rival to the Toyota GT-86 -- this was not the case. Instead, the company showed a refreshingly simple concept that celebrates the company's 80th anniversary and references the Datsun 510 Bluebird from 1967 -- an iconic car that predates the haloed 240Z by three years and has a strong cult following.
Designed at Nissan's European design . . .