Nissan has unveiled the Resonance concept at the North American International Auto Show. It likely previews the next-generation Murano.
Nissan has unveiled the Resonance concept, a potential preview of the next-generation Murano crossover, at the North American International Auto Show.
Designed to preview the styling direction of the company's future crossovers, the Resonance has a bold exterior with a "V-Motion" front fascia and a tinted acrylic grille. There's also satin chrome accents, a 'floating' panoramic glass roof and 22-inch aluminum wheels. Overall, the concept measures 190.6 inches long, 78.7 inches wide and 68.1 inches tall with a wheelbase that spans 113.2 inches.
The cabin is elegantly equipped with premium leather upholstery, natural wood trim and metallic accents. Other highlights include a cloud-based telematics system and a futuristic instrument panel that provides a "holographic experience."
Detailed performance specifications were not released, but Nissan says the concept has a hybrid-electric powertrain that consists of a 2.5-liter petrol engine, an electric motor and a lithium-ion battery. It is connected to an Xtronic continuously variable transmission and an all-wheel drive system.