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.
Under the recently revealed contract, Nissan NP300 Navara to spawn both Mercedes-Benz and Renault one-tonne pick-up trucks. I rendered this Mercedes-Benz pickup truck based on the official sketch of the truck by Mercedes-Benz. Do pardon the quality of chop as after travelling for a week, I got ill and been mostly resting in bed. I […]
So it’s been reported that the Nissan Sway concept will enter production to replace the current March/Micra. Here I’ve turned the Sway concept into a more production friendly supermini.
Just a quick rendering done after seeing spy shots of the new Renault Laguna. Base vehicle was a Nissan Teana.
Just imagining how a wagon version of the Nissan Altima/Teana might look. Most of the roof and rear were from the Murano.
Last week, The Motor Report mentioned that a Renault version of Nissan’s new Navara is possible, though it won’t simply be a Navara with a Renault badge on the nose. Report says the Renault truck will have its own Renault sheet-metal and Renault styling.
We’ve read about Mitsubishi’s agreement of replacing the Lancer with a C-segment car based on a Renault-Nissan model. Renault-Nissan’s current C-segment sedan offerings are the Fluence and Sentra/Sylphy. Which will underpins the next Lancer?
What if Nissan continue its venture with Suzuki and rebadge the Navara as new Equator. The Vitara’s front fascia actually fits quite well with the Navara.
Pualtan.org posted these renderings a month ago, accompanying the article about how Nissan needs a better (styled) B-Segment sedan to combat the better looking Honda City and Toyota Vios. I referred to the Pulsar when rendering these.