As promised, Nissan has introduced the 2011 Murano CrossCabriolet on this first day of the LA Auto Show. From its initial picture earlier this week, we were kind of lulled into thinking the CrossCab was a little sportier and more attractive than it actually is. Now that we see it from all angles, we’re not quite as impressed with the looks.
Still, the idea of an all-wheel-drive crossover convertible might appeal to some-after all, you don’t really buy a hard-top crossover for its looks anyway. The Murano CrossCabriolet will be powered by the standard Murano V6 engine but will get a variety of extras like leather seats and wood trim that will put it at the top of the Murano family. As such, starting price will be upwards of $46K.
The world’s first AWD crossover convertible hits next spring. [via InsideLine]