Nissan has released a second teaser image of its Friend-Me concept, ahead of a full unveiling at this month’s Shanghai Auto Show.
The new image hints at the rear of the Friend-Me, almost confirming a five-door hatch bodystyle for the concept.
Building on the frontal styling teased earlier this month, the Friend-Me’s rear profile appears well suited to accommodating its promised "four seats, one mind connectivity" mantra.
This “one mind connectivity” is likely to refer to an advanced infotainment system within a full-length centre console, with a strong embrace of social media channels.
The Friend-Me is the first concept borne from Nissan’s Chinese design studio, and is aimed at the booming Chinese youth market.
Nissan’s Shanghai stand will also display an innovation wall, along with a new green tea-inspired fragrance.
Watch for full details of the Friend-Me after its Shanghai unveiling on April 20.