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The fifth and presumably final teaser for the 2013 Nissan Altima has been released to highlight the Advance Drive-Assist Display system. It also gives us a full front view of the car, even if only for a split second.
The video shows off the Advance Drive-Assist Display system, which the company says “brings relevant information closer to eye level keeping your eyes on the road.” Such relevant information includes navigation directions, lane departure warning systems and incoming phone calls and texts.
The video also shows us the full back end of the re-designed Altima, which does not appear to be radically changed from the last model.
Gallery: Nissan Altima Teaser Stills
The Altima is Nissan’s best-selling sedan, and will be getting an all-new design for the 2013 model year. Set to debut at this year’s New York International Auto Show, the Japanese autoaker has decided to release a very quick teaser on the new Altima to whet our appetite.
And by teaser, we mean a real teaser. Don’t even try to blink through the video as you’ll miss every little detail that Nissan has released on the Altima. Shot in an aerial view, it offers a glimpse into the new Altima design, revealing a low, wide stance and sculpted profile. But if this teaser just leaves you wanting for more, check out the accidental leak we saw a couple of days ago.
Watch the teaser video below: