Nissan Maxima Sport Sedan Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

This entire week has been packed with new vehicle debuts courtesy of the Detroit Auto Show, and it’s far from over. The latest unveiling to catch our attention is the Nissan Maxima Sport Sedan Concept.

Just one quick glance, and you will notice that this 4-door concept is larger than the brand’s current Maxima. Yet it still looks much more sleek at the same time, and that’s largely in part to the shorter height of the body, along boomerang-shaped headlights, and aggressive curves found all throughout. 21-inch alloy wheels are a nice way to finish off the aesthetics, while a 3.5 liter V6 engine helps this family sedan put down 300 horsepower. While this is just a concept version, Nissan does plan on unveiling the production version of the front wheel model at the New York Auto Show this spring.

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