There have been rumours that the next generation Rogue crossover is being rushed along and by the look of the latest spy photos, it seems like this could be true.
The Rogue is based on the Hi-cross concept car that was seen in 2012 at the Geneva Motor Show. There are some style features that will make it stand out a lot more than the current generation car. These include a flat roofline, stylised tail maps, angular nose and pronounced wheel arches. This should enable it to stand out more among its competition, which will be the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V.
There is more to the new model than just some striking design changes though. It will be likely to have the Renault-Nissan CMF (Common Module Family) platform and will be the first one to do so. This should then continue to be used for models in the future. The car will be built in Tennesee in the US.
It is thought that the new Rogue will be launched in time for the 2014 model year which could mean it may be seen in November at the Los Angeles Motor Show.