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 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: General Event Photos

Nissan 360: EPORO

Nissan 360: EPORO

Nissan 360: EPORO

Nissan 360: EPORO

Nissan 360: EPORO

Nissan 360: EPORO

Nissan 360: EPORO

Nissan 360: EPORO

Nissan 360: Presenters

Nissan 360: Presenters

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Infiniti at El Toro in California

Infiniti at El Toro in California

Infiniti at El Toro in California

Infiniti at El Toro in California

Infiniti at El Toro in California