2015 New York Auto Show: Everyday Cars

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
2016 Nissan Maxima
When the third-generation Maxima was introduced for the 1989 model year, Nissan coined the phrase 4-Door Sports Car, putting the label 4DSC on the new Maxima. Some would argue the company lost its way with Maxima over the years, but the all-new 2016 model that debuted in New York is once again wearing the 4DSC badge. And based on the specs, we’re hoping it deserves that badge. Nissan designers apparently visited the U.S. Navy Blue Angels for inspiration, resulting in a sculpted, aerodynamic body. The distinctive front end uses the Nissan “V-Motion” grille and boomerang-style headlights with LED running lights. Taillights are a similar shape, and close inspection reveals 4DSC embossed in the headlights and taillights.

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One thought on “2015 New York Auto Show: Everyday Cars

  1. Maybe it’s the photography but the new cars look just gorgeous, the colors brighter and the surface shells more elegant. Maybe they’re using new materials?

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