In the beginning, there was the first teaser video of the 2013 Nissan Altima mid-sized sedan. Now, let there be light... with yet another video of the Altima's headlight. It's supposed to... shed some light (last pun, I promise), on Nissan's take on future models. There seems to be a lot of talk around it about fuel economy, premium designership and driver-focused technologies. Don't ask me how one gets that from an 8 second video because I honestly don't know.

By the looks of things, there is going to be some LED technology involved. (As far as today's standards are concerned, a car without daytime running lights is as advanced as a tea kettle). Other things that I gathered from the video: It's a Nissan as it has the badge to prove so. The chrome framed grille looks nice with its sweeping edges and that's about it...for now.

A full reveal is expected at the 2012 New York Auto Show this year in April.

P.S. - notice that in both of the videos, the Altima (or the bits we see from it) is stationary amidst some wind-tunnel-syle computer renderings. So, yes they maybe boasting about how aerodynamic it is, but let's just hope they put an engine inside it soon and detail the juicy stuff.

Nissan Altima 2013

Nissan Altima 2013

Source: Nissan

In the beginning, there was the first teaser video of the 2013 Nissan Altima mid-sized sedan. Now, let there be light... with yet another video of Altima's headlight. It's supposed to... shed some light (last pun, I promise), on Nissan's take on future models. Around it, there seems to be a lot of talk about fuel economy, premium design and driver-focused technologies. Don't ask me how one gets that from an 8 second video because I honestly don't know.

By the looks of things, there is going to be some LED technology involved. (By today's standards, a car with daytime running lights is considered to be as advanced as a tea kettle). Other things that I gathered from the video: It's a Nissan and has the badge to prove it and the chrome framed grille looks nice with its sweeping edges. For now, that's about it.

A full reveal is expected at the 2012 New York Auto Show this year in April.

P.S. - notice that in both of the videos, the Altima (or the bits we see from it) is stationary amidst some wind-tunnel-syle computer renderings. So, yes they maybe boasting about how aerodynamic it is, but let's just hope they put an engine inside it soon and detail the juicy stuff.