It Probably Won't Happen, But Here's the 2015 Nissan Murano in Rendered Cabriolet Guise

You still have plenty of time to buy the most bizarre convertible currently offered for sale in the U.S. right now – the $41,995 (MSRP) Murano CrossCabriolet, and somehow, we don’t think you’ll have to join a queue to obtain one… From what we understand, Nissan has no intentions to create a second generation CrossCabriolet, but that didn’t deter Photoshop operatives from chopping the roof and rear doors off the newly announced 2015 Murano Mk3 to imagine the figurine of a soft-top variant. At least in this rendered version, which comes to us courtesy of X-Tomi, the edgier 2015 Murano CrossCabriolet looks like a better base to begin with than the more egg-shaped current model. All of you in favor for a CrossCabriolet replacement can virtually lift your hands up in the comments area below. By John Halas Designer: X-Tomi