The previous Pathfinder was one of the last real SUVs on the market. Like the Ford Explorer before it, it's now a CUV, being based on a unibody platform. A V6 engine and CVT transmission should be making their way into the production vehicle.
The e-NV concept is a glimpse at the future of family and business mobility. Using the Nissan LEAF's drivetrain components, the e-NV200 Concept will offer lower operating costs for delivery companies, for example, all the while emitting zero emissions. The e-NV's range will be similar to the LEAF's without limiting payload and cargo, which will resemble those of the current NV vehicles.
I ran out of room in the sub-header... 2x3 cylinders; drag coefficient of 0.33; and then there's the name: GT3. The letters GT stand for Grand Touring, but where does the "3" fit in, other than somehow perfectly tying itself in with the 911 GT3's specs?