Asymmetrical design. Inspired by a raindrop.
I heard about the new 2009 Nissan Cube about six months ago. The vehicle caught my interest when I learned the design was asymmetrical and inspired by a raindrop. Although it’s not a hybrid, the rated gas mileage shown on the Cube’s home page is an improvement over the car I currently drive (also a Nissan).
I am still trying to decide if I am sold on this design but I think it is definitely unique. I haven’t seen a “live” Cube yet but I’ve heard that it looks a little weird and that the novelty of it’s design might wear off pretty quickly as an owner. I’m curious what other people think. Do you think you’d consider buying a Nissan Cube?
World premiere of my Nissan Cube movie.
If there is any television advertising for the newly-available Cube, I haven’t seen it but Nissan has set up a pretty interactive microsite. On the site, they encourage visitors to create their own Nissan Cube movie.
And now, my directorial debut… the world premiere of my first Nissan Cube movie: