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.
The new Cadillac ELR may be all of the above, however, even after returning the car to its rightful owners, I'm still scratching my head. I'm wondering what the ELR's true reason for being is. I keep asking myself the question that's been on many experts' lips since the ELR launched: Why?