By on January 14, 2013

Nissan is keeping true to its promise of offering up a new model every 3.5 seconds for the rest of time. What you see above is the newest child to be birthed from Yokohama Prefecture, Japan – the Nissan Versa Note.

You can buy a new Nissan Note in Japan – a high roofline 5-door hatchback – but, we still have the older Versa hatch (though, honestly, who would want a Versa hatch that looks anything like the new Versa Sedan? Smart move, Nissan.)

Why not just ship the new Note from Japan, add a Versa badge, and call it a new model? Product development at its finest!

…or maybe Nissan will give us a surprise.

Never mind, who am I kidding?

The Nissan Versa Note is set to be revealed tomorrow, so keep your eyes here.

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