Nissan is following through with plans to build its electric van concept, which first debuted at the Detroit Auto Show in January.
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Watch enough car commercials, especially around Super Bowl time, and you're bound to feel a bit warm and fuzzy about the rebounding automobile industry.
If you're one of the estimated 955 million users on Facebook, one of the most popular social media sites of all time, you know what the recent switch to Timeline is all about.
From the self-claimed "undisputed leader in the crossover segment" comes this new crossover from Nissan: the High-Cross Concept, which will be unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show on March 6, 2012.