Are you ready for this? The 2013 Nissan Resonance SUV concept!
The new 2013 Nissan Resonance SUV concept, unveiled at the Detroit Show, will go into production in some way but it certainly points to the brand’s future design direction said Andy Palmer, executive vice president, product planning.
The concept is particularly directed at US customers where Nissan is on something of a roll selling more than one million vehicles last year, a new record.
Nissan’s global design teams in the US, UK and Japan came together under the direction of styling chief Shiro Nakamura to pen the 2013 Nissan Resonance SUV concept which Palmer said is a strong indicator of the look of future Nissan SUVs.
It uses a hybrid powertrain and the interior features all the latest high tech gadgets to keep drivers and their passengers connected.
Palmer said: “The car has sweeping lines up from the grille to the bonnet and boomerang design headlamps. Add in the kick-up D pillar and floating roof the concept has real presence and we think it will …. well, resonate.
“It is a bold design but it shows that we mean to maintain our leadership in cross-over vehicles. Elements of the 2013 Nissan Resonance SUV concept design will go into future models as we press forward with Nissan’s mid-term plan.”
That plan aims to introduce one new or refreshed product every six weeks up to 2016, he added.
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