Nissan Altima 2007

Nissan is going to stage the world debut of its next generation 2007 Altima at next month’s New York Auto Show which will open its doors to the public on April the 14th. Although Nissan has not revealed any technical details yet, a teaser photo of the new Altima’s rear taillights previews new front and rear facias.

Nissan’s highly regarded CEO, Carlos Ghosn, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s New York International Automobile Show/International Motor Press Association press breakfast on Wednesday, April 12, 2006

At the event, Ghosn is expected to talk about the dynamics of the U.S. market and reveal how Nissan will address changes in consumer demand brought on by increased fuel costs and changing taste. Globally, Nissan expects to make 10 new model introductions in 2006 and 12 in 2007. In New York, Ghosn will showcase five new vehicles for the US market.

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