How Nissan Uses Objects to Define and Maintain Design Intention

Irvine, Calif. (Sept. 3, 2013) - At Nissan, it is not unusual for creative types to define and maintain design intention for a new vehicle with a collection of 3-D objects. Past inspiration has been found in things like a bulldog, a shark fin, and a motorcycle tank.
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Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan LEAF NISMO Concept

Nissan LEAF NISMO Concept

Nissan LEAF NISMO Concept

Nissan LEAF NISMO Concept

Pierre Loing

Pierre Loing

Pierre Loing

Pierre Loing

Pierre Loing, Vice President, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc.

Pierre Loing, Vice President, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc.

Pierre Loing, Vice President, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc.

Pierre Loing, Vice President, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc.

Nissan Juke-R - Finishing touches: Juke-R is not a stripped-out race machine - carpets are fitted throughout

Nissan Juke-R - Finishing touches: Juke-R is not a stripped-out race machine ...

Nissan Juke-R - Finishing touches - Still Image

Nissan Juke-R - Finishing touches - Still Image

Pierre Loing, Vice President, Product Planning

Pierre Loing, Vice President, Product Planning

Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept