Nissan’s new Pathfinder Concept was just revealed by the Japanese car company through a series of photos that were just released, with the actual vehicle being showcased these days at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show.
This Concept previews the 4th generation model, which according to the automaker, will go on sale this fall. The new Pathfinder features a fresh design and increased roominess, and an aerodynamic body combined with a refined V6 engine. This engine will be paired to a next-generation Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) and as a result fuel economy figures are expected to be 25 percent higher than the previous V6 equipped model.
Through these photos released today we also get a glimpse at the interior, where the Pathfinder Concept features "excellent legroom in all three rows and ample cargo room behind the 3rd
row."  
The main improvements obtained in the new Pathfinder result from the return to the unibody platform (utilized on the second generation Pathfinder). 
The most notable styling features on the outside are its wide chrome grille and large aerodynamic headlights, recessed front
windshield wipers, chrome door handles, large rear combination
lights and panoramic dual-panel moonroof.
 
 Video : Nissan Pathfinder Chronology
 

Source: Nissan