Meet the Designers: Nissan Resonance concept

The Nissan Resonance was one of the stronger concept vehicles at the recent Detroit auto show.

Designed at Nissan’s North American design studio in San Diego, California, the goal was to develop some new design themes that would push the brand’s aesthetic into a more sensual space without entering luxury offshoot Infiniti’s territory.

The interior, meanwhile, targets a more fashion-conscious female demographic. The brief was to depict a spacious, technically-advanced space whilst also moving the design into the highly sought after premium arena.

The concept previews the design language for Nissan’s crossover/SUV range which is expected to debut on the next generation Murano due next year.

Watch the video above to hear exterior designer Joel Baek and project lead designer John Anthony Sahs discuss the Resonance concept’s design in more detail.


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