Nissan whips up fragrance, new display to lure show visitors

CAN a smell sell?

Automotive News  reported this week that Nissan is mounting a full-blown return to the spotlight at an upcoming car show in the US — complete with the release of a new show fragrance the brand hopes will become its trademark smell.

The specially crafted aroma — labeled thé vert oriental in French — evokes the smell of green tea “during Chinese spring harvest” and will emanate from a flashy, newly designed interactive display that Nissan is unveiling in Detroit, Autonews said.

Nissan hopes that the “brand smell” will be such a hit with auto show visitors around the country that its US retailers will agree to use the fragrance in their showrooms, said Erich Marx, the brand’s director for interactive and social-media marketing.

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