To design a sports-car built to fly, Nissan designers visited the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels®[*]. The cockpit design of their aircraft is echoed in the wraparound design of Maxima®.
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Inspired by the layout of a modern fighter jet, Maxima® surrounds you in its luxurious, yet functional cockpit. A deeply bolstered sport seat helps keep you in place, the tall, angled center stack envelopes you and delivers all necessary information clearly and concisely, and every button, switch, and dial is exactly where you need it.
Maxima’s cutting-edge technology connects you to your ride, and the road, like no other sports sedan. The standard 8” multi-touch control screen and the 7” Advanced Drive-Assist® Display keep key information as close as a glance.
The press and public alike were blown away, but they were also a bit skeptical. Would the final product deliver on the vision? Would we actually build this jetfighter-esque concept? Well, it’s official: we built it.
> 2017 Nissan Maxima: Trim level options
There are six choices when it comes to
the Nissan Maxima.
Which Maxima will you take home?