Nissan is offering a preview of their Geneva Motor Show bound concept called INVITATION.
The car maker claims that this vehicle is packed with advanced safety features as well as a powertrain that enables great fuel economy and low CO2 emissions and that a production version compact hatchback based on this concept will complement the company’s compact range which already contains the Micra and Juke models.
Due to be launched sometime next year the INVITATION will bring "fresh style, innovation and excitement to the mainstream market", with the car expected to feature class leading aerodynamics in order to achieve class leading efficiency levels and ultra-low emissions of under 100 grams per Km.
At the exterior the Nissan INVITATION Concept features unique sculpted front and rear wings and a distinctive character line, while on the inside the open cabin combines practicality with modernity.
"The name we have given to this concept is self-explanatory. It is
designed to be inviting thanks to its sensuous exterior design and
generous and comfortable interior space, cleverly packaged within
compact overall dimensions." 
The engine that is going to be fitted on the production version INVITATION is expected to be the automaker’s 1.2-litre supercharged 3-cylinder unit, but we are still waiting for the official details to confirm that.
As far as technology, Nissan says that some of the features include the Around View Monitor (AVM) system as well as the Nissan Safety Shield Technologies which keep the driver aware of whats happening around the car. 
Video: Nissan Invitation Concept

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Source: Nissan