How designer Nakamura changed Nissan?

It has been fifteen years since Shiro Nakamura took the position of Nissan’s global design leadership. His design features boldly prominent front end and curvy backsides, which to some degree saved Nissan from near-bankruptcy and also stand apart from current mass market. Nissan is planned to launch its third-generation Murano crossover late this year. This nameplate shows Nissan’s willing to be edgy and hip, which aims to lure crossover clients out of the Eddie Bauer off-road SUV mentality. Shiro Nakamura not only helped Nissan got a business revival, but have a surge in audacious designs. In addition to Murano, he also did something for the 370Z, Infiniti FX, G37, Q50, Emerg-E plug-in hybrid concept sports car and so on.

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