“Japanese” borrows the features of the exterior of the Romanian “Bigster”.
Last month, Dacia, part of the Renault-Nissan alliance, unveiled a large SUV concept called the Bigster. As part of the collaboration between Renault and Nissan, the developers could release the Nissan Bigster, according to independent designers who presented the first render of the SUV.
The independent concept looks more production-ready than the official version of the Romanians from Dacia. The author did not forget about the branded “front end” of Nissan V-Motion. The headlights have been completely redesigned – now they have built-in LED DRLs and turn signals. Attention is attracted by the fog lights located vertically.
The side profile of the Nissan Bigster is identical to the Romanian concept. Five-spoke light-alloy wheels attract attention here, and the black plastic body kit and roof rails make the car even more “off-road”. An interesting solution in the render is the door handles, located not in the usual places, but integrated into the rear pillars.
As a result, Nissan’s Bigster SUV is quite interesting and more realistic than the actual concept. Rumor has it that the Dacia Bigster will eventually turn into a fresh generation Renault Duster. If so, the virtual Nissan Bigster could be the harbinger of the new Terrano.