Nissan shows off the Murano at the NY auto show. The model remains a bolder design and close to the Resonance Concept from last year's Detroit Auto Show. Andy Palmer, Nissan's global chief of product planning said:

"As we close in on Honda, it will be distinctive styling like this that brings new customers into our products," said Palmer. "And frankly, I’d rather have 60 percent of people saying they like it, and 40 percent of people saying they hate it than to have 100 percent of people saying it’s just OK."