I couldn't resist. There's certainly no lack of originality in concept names. Nissan's Zaroot tries to predict the future of SUV's. I just wish it didn't include Nissan's characteristic arched roof that falls back to the squared rear-end. Gull wing doors make entry and exit easy for passengers as long as no one is parked next to you. Oops, look at me trying to blend practicality into a concept again. Erase, erase, erase. I think this could be the new VehiCross people were looking for. Thanks for the tips guys! Oh, and if the truck should ever go up in flames? Zaroot, Zaroot, Zaroot is on fire. I kill me.
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