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CONCEPT: Nissan Intima

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Nissan Intima Concept
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A New-generation Saloon for People with a Sophisticated, Discerning Eye for Beauty - Who Enjoy Spending Time in Refined Elegance and Comfort, Whether Traveling Alone or with a Partner
  • Intima takes Nissan's Modern Living Concept into a new dimension with an interior that invites passengers into an extraordinary world of artistic forms, materials and illumination.
  • The front passenger's seat swivels approx. 80° to the outside, as if to welcome and escort a passenger into the car.
  • Exterior styling that matches the interior's artistic image, with a design that combines sharp-edged lines and organic panel surfaces. Rich elegance is conveyed though Intima's arching side character line, while the crystal-like appearance of the front and rear lamps, grille and wheels project an image of superior quality and refinement reminiscent of jewelry.

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The front overhang is a bit much, but I really like this one. The rear reminds me of the previous Infiniti M45.

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interesting.. from the small pics it looks avalonish... less so in the big pics

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Next Q

No. Actually, the next Maxima. It's supposed to be a Nissan-esq answer to the CLS, being both sporty and luxurious. That way, it distances itself from the Altima, competes head to thead with the Avalon in the lux deptartment, supposedly returns the Maxima to it's sporty roots, and doesn't step on Infiniti's toes (by remaining FWD). On that note, though, I can't wait to see what the next Q will look like. I like this concept alot. If the next Maxima comes close to this they'll have a winner on their hands.

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:scratchchin: From most angles, it looks o.k. The rear is a little awkward though. I guess it's due to the line that goes across the side and droops down below the tailights into the rear bumper. It just looks kind of odd. I also think that there is too much front and rear overhang for this to pull off a four door coupe look. The body should be taut and stretched over the mechanicals more. The design could be great if some of the oddities were cleaned up. The next Maxima really needs to be a drop dead gorgeous car to reconnect with the public. Edited by cire
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It looks to me like a FWD S-class crossed with an Altima.

Overall I do like it but I feel, a others said, that the details need to be cleaned up. The rear end looks droopy due to the downward sloping character lines, and the front overhang is too big. Also, from teh side I feel that the hood seems rather low compared to the rest of the sheetmetal...if it were brought up some I think it would look better.

I'd like to know what's up with the Asians lately and having several horezontal bars in the grill? At least it looks better than the Camry's.

I do love the front glass and how it continues into the roof...maks the interior feel very open, plus it's a cool design statement.

The interior itself looks nice too without looking too pie-in-the-sky.

Nice 50's style swivel seats!

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Did Nissan run out of names for their cars? They have Altima, and this Intima. Whats next? The Outima and Beteweenima? Props to them for sticking to names instead of alphanumeric though.

The car doesn't look too bad. I am hoping for more of the next Max and Q though.

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