Nissan is showcasing its bold approach in spectacular style at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Showing the strength and depth of its highly successful range, Nissan is exhibiting an array of vehicles that offer an exciting glimpse of what the future holds for the brand.

Taking center stage and making its global debut at Paris is the rugged TeRRA concept car. The dramatically-designed four-seater takes the philosophy of Zero Emissions mobility. Powered by hydrogen fuel-cell, TeRRA offers four-wheel-drive capability and proves that Zero Emissions vehicles aren't just for cities.

Nissan TeRRA concept to be unveiled at Paris Motor Show

Through the use of in wheel motor technology, TeRRA is free of the packaging constraints that affect conventional SUVs. With no central transmission tunnel, the seating gives all four passengers a broad and unique view out of the vehicle. In addition, TeRRA introduces bold new surfacing materials and removable, portable technology for the driver display and infotainment systems.

Nissan TeRRA concept to be unveiled at Paris Motor Show

With continued growth in Europe in the face of very challenging trading conditions, Nissan's performance highlights the strength and appeal of its current product range.

Alongside with the TeRRA concept, Nissan will also showcase the Juke NISMO and Ministry of Sound edition, Qashqai 360, PIVO 3, Micra ELLE, NV200 Taxis, and the revised 370Z coupe and roadster.