Nissan has recently announced its plans to introduce the Resonance Concept during the 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.
After a rumor appeared not too long ago which was saying that the next generation of the Nissan Murano will be previewed by a concept car at this year’s 2013 NAIAS in Detroit, the Japanese based automaker has recently stepped forward and confirmed it. According to the company, the model is named the Nissan Resonance Concept and it should get distinctive LED taillights, a prominent shoulder line a pillar-less design, a unique lift gate and a hybrid electric powertrain.
The car manufacturer didn’t announce anything more on the Nissan Resonance Concept but the model is rumored to preview the next generation of the Nissan Murano. The model is expected to be produced in the United States and this should keep production costs low, and this will be translated into a lower final price for people on the continent. The Nissan Resonance Concept and the new generation of the Murano are expected to be influenced by the Terra Concept, which was unveiled a few months ago during the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Additional details on the Resonance are limited for the moment and will be announced in Detroit, on the 14th of January.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Friday, January 11th, 2013 - filed under Concept Cars
, Detroit Auto Show
, Motor Shows
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