“Auto show concept cars typically feature exaggerated body panels and trim to attract consumer attention. Automakers often tweak the production vehicle with more modest styling,” according to Automotive News. Not Nissan. Not this time.
The automaker has redesigned the Nissan Maxima sport sedan for the 2016 model year. And it looks nearly identical to the Maxima sport sedan concept that Nissan presented over a year ago at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show. Then, we saw it gleaming in Tootsie Pop orange.
Like Automotive News says, it’s truly rare that enthusiasts get to put their hands on a production model that so closely resembles the concept. That’s why we try to approach auto shows with reservation even while we dream madly of getting behind the wheel.
Those who caught the wonderful Super Bowl spot from Nissan about a race-car dad should have also caught glimpse of the new Nissan Maxima sport sedan. This time, it was in Tootsie Pop raspberry.
Nissan plans to officially unveil the new Nissan Maxima sport sedan at the New York Auto Show in April. We’ll keep you up to date on all the latest 2016 Maxima news here at the Economy Nissan blog.