Nissan is kicking off the preview week of the 2016 New York International Auto Show by looking into the future of mobility and discussing how emerging trends already are changing the way people get from place to place, especially in crowded urban environments.
Just in time for the first major snowfall of the season in many parts of Canada, Nissan has released a new video of an extreme prototype designed especially for the harsh Canadian winter – the Rogue Warrior.
Nissan today took the wraps off a surprise debut at the 2016 Montreal International Auto Show - a crossover demonstrating no fear for the harshest winter conditions and a new icon for Nissan's winter-ready crossover family – a Rogue equipped with a full snow track system.
Owning a car was once a kid's greatest aspiration. Having a driver's license confirmed adulthood, and driving symbolized freedom to go where you wanted to go, when you wanted to go there, and to do what you wanted to do. But the generation that went straight from the cradle to the Internet and on to an ever-expanding universe of mobile devices holds different values.
Crossover pioneer Nissan has revealed a new concept car that points to an innovative new future for the brand. Conceived by designers in Europe and Japan, the Nissan Gripz Concept blends the ability and practicality of a compact crossover with the excitement and performance of a sports car.