Nissan Pathfinder Concept Teased


Nissan told us last week that it will show off its next-generation Pathfinder utility vehicle at the Detroit auto show, and today we got our first glimpse of the concept, along with more info.

The Pathfinder Concept looks like it will ditch the current boxy styling for a more fluid look. Nissan says the model will be “reimagined” with comfortable seating for seven, four-wheel drive and ample cargo room. (The current Pathfinder actually features all of that, too.) What’s different is the new platform. The current Pathfinder rides on a traditional body-on-frame SUV platform. All initial information on the Pathfinder Concept points to a model closely related to the 2013 Infiniti JX.

We’ll have more on the Pathfinder Concept when the model debuts at the 2012 Detroit auto show on Jan 9. 



What's up with that traditional rear door handle? Always loved the unique vertical read door handle that the Pathys had!


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I hope the new Pathfinder will look like the JX. The current gen is a lame duck caught in limbo between transformations. The best gen was from 1996-2004. I hope Nissan recaptures that, then I will definately be able to part with my 2004 Pathfinder Platinum that I love so much.

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