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milleramerican

Preproduction Nissan?

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Well we were drivin to the car show today, and these 2 cars pass us with Michigan Manufacturer plates. They were obviously some sort of preproduction vehicle, but they had no camo. My guess is they are some sort of Nissan.

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You can see the Nissan guage treatment in this shot, if you look closely.

What do you guys think?

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That's a Nissan Teana shell. It's actually the test bed for the new Altima. The Teana won't be coming here and the 2007 Maxima won't look like that.

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hah yah i was thinking at first that it looked like an update to the hyundai XG350 by the back

its a fine looking car it would make a good lux. nissan for the states or mayb an infiniti but then again it doesnt look quite nice enough for inifiniti

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Yeah, we already know it's a Nissan because we've seen pictures of the production version. I'm going to agree with the "Altima test mule" idear posted by Variance.

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It's most likely the shell. Nissan wouldn't sell it here since it looks too close to the Infiniti M45. Hell, it's practically the same vehicle with a different front and back end clip and interior.

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Looks like an Impala with a new grille and the ass of a BMW 7-Series.

Nissan Teana? For North America? No. Just no.

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