5 September 2003

Nissan's Dunehawk concept showcases a look that's set to filter through to a new three-strong 4x4 line up.
Set to be unveiled at the Frankfurt motor show it's officially a styling exercise. but insiders are tipping the Toyota Land Cruiser-sized seven-seater to influence the next Patrol, Terrano and X-Trail.
Two sunroofs run the full length of the Dunehawk, keeping the interior bright, and passengers in all three rows of seats get individual TV screens.
The aluminium-effect centre console houses the sat-nav, audio and air-con, controlled via a screen on the dashboard

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