New model will be presented at Chinese motor show along the electrified IMs and IMQ concepts.
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Nissan has confirmed it will be showcasing three main vehicles on its stand at the Shanghai motor show from April 16, including an all-new sedan.

Details about the new model are few and far between, though the Japanese manufacturer does say it will feature its "latest distinctive design cues" and a range of technologies that "embody Nissan Intelligent Mobility" – the brand's vision for future transport.

The company will also present the IMs and IMQ concept cars in Shanghai, both of which are making their Asian debuts. You can read our reveal story for the IMs here, and for the IMQ here.

Nissan will also be showcasing its entire model range currently available to the Chinese market, including the Lannia, Tiida, GT-R, Leaf, Kicks, Murano, Patrol, Qashqai, Terra and X-Trail.

Stay tuned to CarAdvice for our coverage of the Shanghai motor show later this month.

Pictured: Nissan IMs concept