Described only as an "envelope-pushing crossover design", the Resonance could be our first glimpse of a replacement for the current Murano SUV.
Released internationally in 2007, the second-generation Murano landed a facelift in 2010 - along with a bizarre 'CrossCabriolet' variant for the US market.
Shown here in sketch form, the Resonance shows off a pillarless door style, a wraparound glasshouse, strong character lines, and a hooked tail-light design.
Whether the low-slung and dynamic style of the Resonance will carry through to the Detroit concept - and a production model beyond that - remains to be seen.
For now, Nissan has confirmed only that the concept is powered by a hybrid system, possibly featuring Nissan's new supercharged 2.5 litre petrol engine and a CVT automatic transmission.
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