Images may not be re-posted without permission. These renderings were published in Road & Track a month ago, accompanying an article about the production IDXx that Nissan has green-lit.
I love the Nissan IDx concept and I hope it can enter production with limited change to its styling. And perhaps a 4-door version? Afterall there has been numerous rumours of Toyota making a 4-door GT86.
Is this the spiritual successor to the ASEAN AD Resort?
The Sedan Altima’s just been replaced. Perhaps the Coupe variant will get replaced soon?
Before 1995, there was a coupe variant of the Sentra. But the coupe was dropped in favour of the Nissan 200SX reintroduction. So with Honda Civic Coupe and Kia Forte Coupe enjoying healthy sales in North America, will the Sentra Coupe return?
So the Nissan 370Z has just been given a facelift. I bet the roadster will get the same facelift too, soon.
Above is my entry for Carspyshots.net Mutant of The Year Photoshop Contest 26. The contest’s theme is choose a sports car or super car and make a shooting brake from it. The GT-R is a super car right? Now, many are going to hate this (and/or me), but it has actually grown on me.
While I rendered the Hindustan Ambassador (see yesterday’s post), I remember that a year ago, I rendered the profile of the booted Nissan March/Micra. And since I’ve already started on the Ambassador renderings, I decided to render the Nissan March/Micra sedans (again). I think I prefer these over the Versa/Sunny. A bit feminine though.
I’ve been asked quite a few times to render the new Ambassador. I’ve hesitated because the Ambassador is such an iconic car for India, as such I would not want to disappoint or offend my friends in India. But after much encouragement and persuasion, I gave it a try and these are the result. I […]
This is my impression of the production Ellure. I have a feeling the Ellure concept previews either the next Altima for North America, or the Slyphy in Asia. Or maybe the Primera for Europe.