Nissan has set the stage for presentation to the public of the next generation of Titan: the Detroit Motor Show 2015. The information was confirmed by Dan Bedore, a spokesman for the Japanese automaker, in an interview with Edmunds.
To avoid traffic accidents and congestion, regulators in the United States may require that cars and trucks can communicate with each other. The information was given on Monday by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
The Mercedes-Benz would be working on developing a new SUV, which would be positioned below the newly presented GLA (above). According to information from the British magazine Auto Express, the Class X would be even lower than the GLA.