On opened in late November Los Angeles Auto Show in 2010, Nissan has officially unveiled the world’s first convertible with a full-automatic folding roof, based at the crossover. As reported earlier, this car was the Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet, which is almost ready for the start of series production. Convertible based on the Nissan Murano Z51 lost a pair of rear doors, becoming a two-door coupe. This was done, first of all, to increase the rigidity of the body open. But the front doors are wider to facilitate the landing of the rear seats. Under the hood is a crossover-cabriolet 3.5-liter V6, giving out 265 hp and 336 Nm of torque at peak. The engine is mated to a CVT Xtronic CVT, speed performance trends in the company were not disclosed. According to the management of the Japanese company, the main feature of Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet are full rear seats and large luggage space, making this car suitable for everyday use, without any restrictions. In addition, four-wheel drive and high ground clearance allow the owners of the world’s first crossover-cabriolet to get to beautiful places, without fear of getting stuck somewhere in the wilderness. But how many there who want to own such a car will be known next year. Sales of Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet started in early 2011 at a price of 46,390 dollars, but only in America.