Nissan Hi-Cross Concept: Photo Gallery

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Today's Nissan Hi-Cross Concept may very well be tomorrow's Rogue — and not a moment too soon. The automaker's compact crossover hasn't received a substantial update in five years, and with the implied potential for both a hybrid model and a third-row option, Nissan could fill an existing void in the class.

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The seven-passenger Hi-Cross, making its North American debut at the 2012 L.A. Auto Show, uses Nissan's first in-house engineered front-wheel-drive hybrid system. The crossover's high-waisted design features slanted, vertical headlights and trapezoidal taillights. Exaggerated fenders help define the front end, with prominent styling lines along the hood and grille. Check out more photos below.

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

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