The current Murano is getting up in years, with its design dating back to 2009. Its smaller brother, the Rogue, has just been redesigned, so clearly the time is right for the Murano to receive its own redesign. Thankfully, we’re unlikely to see a second generation of the ungainly Murano CrossCabriolet.
Its overall shape and proportions have been transferred faithfully to the 2015 Murano, though it’s not clear if the concept’s split C-pillar design will be retained. The prototypes are heavily masked so we can't quite see what the rear windows will look like. A shot of the interior shows a fairly conventional design, with a large touchscreen sitting center and a number of physical buttons surrounding it.
Stay tuned for updates as development progresses.
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