/NAIAS 2013: Nissan Resonance Concept

NAIAS 2013: Nissan Resonance Concept

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With the Resonance Concept, unveiled at the 2013 Detroit Motor Show, Nissan is giving us a preview of the next generation Murano Crossover. It won’t necessarily look like this, but the Resonance showcases a new design direction that will invariably affect all the upcoming crossovers and SUVs.

As if all the lines and twists in this car’s body, those headlights, and glass roof weren’t fancy enough, Nissan is also introducing a new body color named Flare Orange for it which makes those lines really pop. This concept car was designed in America, and that is why it is a pretty sizable thing. Those wheels are actually 22-inch big, but they look kinda small compared to the size of the vehicle.

Interior features include sequential welcome lighting; “floating” instrument panel design; graphically layered instrument panel screen designed to provide a holographic experience; Cloud-based telematics; and sculpted door panels and centre console.

Nissan Resonance is a Four-wheel drive Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) with a 2.5-litre DOHC internal combustion petrol engine as the main source of power, and an electric motor with Nissan’s one-motor/two-clutch hybrid technology as backup. The power makes its way to the ground via a next-generation CVT transmission.

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