Nissan introduced the fourth-generation of their Nissan Micra supermini at the Geneva Motor Show earlier today. Called the "March" in the Japanese market, the car now features body-coloured mouldings, larger front bumper with one-piece radiator grille, and a flatter rear. Of importance to Nissan was not just the recreation of a useful urban car, but also to give the car an appealing look for a wide customer base. Nissan plans to sell the car in 160 different markets worldwide. "The car has to charm a global audience," said Nissan designer Makoto Yamane. "Its face had to look stylish and have an air of sophistication to it."
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