2015 Nissan Murano teased in 9 seconds

With the New York Auto Show ready to open its doors to the press on April 16th, we have already seen several vehicles teased, and the 2015 Nissan Murano has become the latest vehicle to be shown ahead of next month’s event. We’ve yet to see the all-new Murano without its camouflage, and so it is finally nice to see a video of the new vehicle.

Before you get too excited, we need to advise you that the 2015 Nissan Murano video runs for just 9 seconds, and all you get to see is a glimpse of the door mirror, the door itself, and finally the rest of the rear section. Though, it has been directed in such a way that there isn’t much light.

The 2015 Nissan Murano teaser doesn’t give much away, but we do love how subtle it is, and if the plan was to keep us guessing for another three weeks or so, then all we can say is, job done.

2015 Nissan Murano teased

Nissan also released a small statement about the car, saying that they are moving ahead with expanding the range of Crossovers and SUVs, with the 2015 Murano offering a perfect vision of this. The Japanese car manufacturer also says that the new Murano will come with a spacious interior with a premium finish.

That’s not all, as Nissan also said that the 2015 Murano will come with a host of technology designed to keep the driver and passengers safe, while also keeping them connected, whatever that means.

2015 Nissan Murano teaser

We cannot wait to see this third generation Murano on show next month, and no doubt we will see more images appear on the Internet, whether these will be official or leaked is up to how Nissan wish to play this.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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