NEW YORK – A group of Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. designers and engineers are exploring the creation of a vehicle for a new segment that combines the elements of a cross/utility vehicle and a minivan. So says Shiro Nakamura, Nissan senior vice president-design at a design forum here. “In the next couple of years, we're going to bring out a new segment,” he says. “We have the freedom for designers and engineers to blur the line between cars and trucks. Nissan seeks both innovation and ...

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