The Sport concept is a three-door hatchback with a four-seat interior.
"The story behind the development of the Sport Concept, AZEAL and Actic is that Nissan is thinking big about the small car segment," says Jack Collins, vice president, product planning, Nissan North America.
The Sport concept would be right at home in Nissan showrooms in the not-too-distant future," said Collins.
The body construction utilises both metal and carbon-fibre composite components.
The 20inch six-spoke aluminium-alloy wheels feature a machined and lustrous paint finish surface treatment. The Sport Concept’s headlights and rear combination lights utilise small lamps with multi-layered reflectors.
The instrument panel includes integrated tachometer and gauges and a distinctive centre cluster.
The Sport concept interior also offers a three-spoke steering wheel and solid-appearance centre console with the emergency brake lever integrated into the console lid.