Nissan is focused on going all out at Canada's 2023 Montreal Auto Show with its full lineup, but that's just the real world. The imaginative virtual realm, meanwhile, has nothing but love for Pathfinder.
The fifth generation (R35) of the compact, then mid-size Pathfinder continued on the new unibody crossover SUV lifestyle trail set by its predecessor when it was introduced in early 2021 for the 2022 model year.
Now rocking the drab 2023MY, Pathfinder continues to find new ways to express itself.
Back in Australia, he brought the power of his 271 hp 3.5-liter V6 engine, optional four-wheel drive and no less than 16 cup holders.
But in the United States, where the model is produced at the Nissan Smyrna assembly plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, Rock Creek's rugged, modern lifestyle predominates, even as it hits the 2022 Rebelle Rally.
The rendering of the Nissan Pathfinder
Meanwhile, Nikita Chuicko, the virtual artist better known as kelsonik on social media, thinks it's the right time to create a CGI of the new 2023 Nissan Pathfinder.
And the pixel master hasn't spared his creativity, gifting the black SUV crossover with a black grille, black lettering, his signature CGI Shadow Line, chrome removal treatment, plus a few other nifty virtual tricks to make the model even darker and more menacing.
The rendering even includes a lowered suspension setup, plus the addition of some massive new aftermarket-style wheel setups.
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