A Nissan Pathfinder Concept will be seen in January at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show, as the Japanese manufacturer confirmed it today. According to Nissan, the new concept will preview the next-generation Pathfinder, which goes on sale in fall 2012, and the vehicle will show an all-new look, style and attitude.
Moreover, the 2012 Detroit Auto Show will also see Nissan’s innovative electric van concept, which previews a future production version of a full electric vehicle designed to provide businesses or families with flexible, roomy cargo space, while offering a dramatic CO2 footprint reduction (this could be firm’s fourth electric vehicle). The Nissan NV outfitted as a "Food Truck" with a local Detroit flair will also be seen in January.
“In addition to full access to Nissan's global concepts during both days of the show, media interviews will be available with Nissan team members. Nissan Chief Executive Officer, Carlos Ghosn will also be the opening keynote speaker at the Automotive News World Congress on Tuesday, Jan. 10 in Detroit.” said the press release.