• Oct 30th 2007 at 8:50PM
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Nissan has a new family-hauler concept lined up for the upcoming Detroit Auto Show called the FORUM. The vannish machine boasts trackless sliders, no B-pillar and maybe hints at what's in store for car buyers when the current Quest ultimately runs its course. In addition to the sketch you see above, Nissan made the world's shortest press release available. In fact, it's so short, we're not even going to bother putting it after the jump. Here it is:

Nissan FORUM Concept Set For 2008 NAIAS Debut

LAS VEGAS (Oct. 30, 2007) – Nissan's exploration of the next generation of family transportation, the Nissan FORUM Concept, offers distinctive styling with innovations including trackless sliding doors and no B-pillars. Created at Nissan Design America, the FORUM Concept makes its public debut at the 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January.

Seriously, it would've been just as effective to have it simply say, "This is the FORUM. It'll be in Detroit." Anyway, we'll be in Detroit too, and we'll tell you all about it then.

[Source: Nissan]

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