Nissan has released the first real-life photos of its 2007 Nissan Terranaut Concept, due at the Geneva Motor Show. This is much more than a commuter vehicle. Its a command center. Amazing pictures.
Nissan of Europe has released a bevy of images showing every nook and cranny of its upcoming Geneva-bound concept, the Terranaut. The 4×4, according to the company, was designed for “scientists, geologists, archaeologists or adventurers” whose office is the great outdoors.
It seats three people in an interior quite obviously modeled after a U.S.S. Enterprise shuttlecraft. The “spherical laboratory” is accessed from a seat that swivels 360 degrees to give any intrepid scientist access to all of the vehicle’s workstations. Those workstations leave room for only one passenger-side door, while the driver’s side has two swing-out doors with no b-pillar. What’s the chance of seeing the Terranaut on the street? Pretty good if you own a Holladeck. These pictures are quite amazing.