Last Call: Mystery Target Edition

I’m usually pretty good at such things, and it may in fact be all the bird poop masking the identity, but for the life of my I can’t identify this car. Little help here?
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10 responses to “Last Call: Mystery Target Edition”

  1. Wayne Moyer Avatar
    Wayne Moyer

    Let’s slam this puppy off topic thanks to the Nissan truck post. What happened to the Frontier Cummins diesel they were promoting in 2015? Is Nissan waiting until the Frontier replacement comes out in 2030? I can’t imagine there is a new one coming any time soon. Is it a case that Nissan doesn’t want to test the waters with a true compact truck with a small diesel and have a true niche product?
    So many questions.

    1. outback_ute Avatar

      Nissan have already released their next gen (NP300) with their own diesel engine so I can’t imagine why they would need a Cummins version

  2. CraigSu Avatar

    I see the new camouflage technique for prototype cars is working well.

    1. Wayne Moyer Avatar
      Wayne Moyer

      Yeah, no ones getting anywhere near that thing.

    1. 0A5599 Avatar

      The lede picture is of a POO-geot.

    2. dukeisduke Avatar

      Oooh, that’s nice looking.

      1. Monkey10is Avatar

        Nope — I’m afraid I am taking the birds’ side on this debate…

      2. outback_ute Avatar

        That’s because you can’t see the front in that photo! Otherwise it is pretty handy, a C-segment based wagon, 4.5m/177″ long that has 3 rows of seats in Europe and a very low loading height.

  3. nanoop Avatar

    Brad has created a nice “ode to low-power joy” here:
    That heating.. the Beetle was advertised once “Air won’t boil, air won’t freeze” – experienced owners were happy to add “air won’t heat”… I remember you could fit electric heaters to have a chance to defog your bug within the first 30min, maybe that’s an option? (It would rob another horse from your herd, though.)

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