Have you wondered about the steps a major manufacturer goes through to create the next important vehicle? Ken Lee, Nissan Senior Creative Manager, provides a look at the creative and technical design processes that made the 2015 Nissan Murano a reality.
Nissan took some risks to bring what looks like a concept car into production. The designers came up with the swooping and aerodynamic design, and the management gave it the green light to production. Ken Lee was one of the designers, whose concept was chosen to be developed into what you see here. The silhouette and creases were inspired by the jet plane age of the 1950s and 1960s.
The new Murano take the successful crossover to the next level of refinement and comfort. The interior is meant to be a lounge where four people can comfortably interact and share the driving experience.
Watch the full design overview interview with Nissan’s Ken Lee.