Earlier in October, I shared my impressions of new Nissan Almera/Sunny based on the new Micra. I was however not satisfied with the end result. The main problem was it looks like I force-fitted a trunk to the almost 1-box design of the Micra. So this is my reattempt, a more conventional 3-box shape. I’m […]
The sedan version of the Nissan March/Micra is called Almera and Sunny. Will this new 5th generation March/Micra spawn the new Almera and Sunny?
I am thinking, if this is even necessary, since Nissan already has the Qashqai and X-trail. Still that got me thinking how a wagon variant of the Pulsar might look.
Just toying with the idea of a compact BMW i5, by grafting the i8’s nose onto the body of the Nissan IDS Concept.
Productionising the Renault Alaskan concept.
And today I present to you my impression of the new Z. I don’t know to call this new generation of Nissan coupe 370Z or 390Z, so let’s call it Fairlady.
The existing Nissan Leaf is no beauty. I’m not expecting the new one to win any beauty contest either. Here’s my impression of the next leaf, a combination of the Murano and Pulsar.
Much like after Dacia launched the Duster, came the Renault version, then the Nissan rebadged (Terrano). Will it be the same with the Kwid? Will there eventually be a Nissan version too?
Images may not be re-posted without permission. These renderings were first seen in Autoblog a month ago for an article by Steven J. Ewing about ‘Nine cars we wish were convertibles’.
Initially I wanted to render both front and rear angle of the Maxima Coupe. But after I’ve completed the front, I gave up. I simply can’t modify the Maxima into a better looking coupe.