Nissan officially unveiled the all new Pulsar at the Paris Motor Show, yesterday.
The arrival of the all-new five-door hatchback gives Nissan its strongest and most complete line-up in its history.
The Pulsar line-up features three engine options, with the most powerful being the 1.6-litre DIG-T variant, producing 187bhp.
Forward Emergency Braking, LED headlamps, around view monitor, safety shield - a comprehensive suite of safety technologies that includes sector-first Moving Object Detection and lane departure warning are among the technology featured in the model.
The 2014 Paris Motor Show also highlights Nissan's ongoing development of the NISMO brand - which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. In addition the global debut of the Pulsar NISMO design concept, Nissan showcased a fully updated 370Z NISMO model. The new model benefits from technical upgrades developed as part of the GT-R NISMO project, with the end result being the sportiest production 370Z ever offered.
Another new NISMO model shown was the new 215bhp Juke Nismo RS – having made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, the latest evolution of the acclaimed Juke Nismo RS appeared at Paris ahead of its showroom debut in December.
Completing Nissan's list of Paris debutants is a new special edition Qashqai – the new SV1 variant.
> Check out our picture gallery of the Paris Motor Show 2014, here - AM's Paris Motor Show picture gallery