Nissan's calling this a concept vehicle, but it's close to what the next Nissan Pathfinder SUV will look like. As a crossover SUV, it shares most of its engineering with the recently revealed Infiniti JX three-row luxury SUV.
Nissan expects the new Pathfinder to have 25% better fuel economy than the current truck-based SUV.
In case you haven't noticed, Detroit's been turning out some very good cars, lately. Here's a sampling.
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