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Pics of Nissan Terranaut reveal vehicle perfect for Picard and his crew

Nissan of Europe has released a bevy of images showing every nook and cranny of its upcoming Geneva-bound concept, the Terranaut. The 4x4, according to the company, was designed for “scientists, geologists, archaeologists or adventurers” whose office is the great outdoors. see at AutoBlog.com

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