Nissan teases with new Mystery Electric conceptJanuary 11, 2019
The North American International Auto Show will start next week – the event will be held in Detroit. Nissan has published the first “teasing” video of its mysterious new concept, which has received the name Mystery Electric.
The concept, which should be introduced on January 14, promises to embody the “future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility technology”. Judging by the rather short video (it takes only 45 seconds), which was published by the press service of the Japanese brand a couple of hours ago … no, nothing will be judged particularly. Well, after all, nothing is clear. Some robot pokes a drill into the car, then into some of its details, then the moon appears, which effectively transforms into the company’s Nissan badge.
Judging by some of the frames, a distinctive feature of the new concept will be the grille, windshield and a smooth roof. The video also shows some unique yellow components, but it’s not entirely clear what it is.
It is reported that the “exciting” new concept will be shown along with the latest production cars of the Japanese brand. Well, the main task of Nissan Mystery Electric, this is the name this car received, to give customers “an idea of the latest innovations of the company.”
Alfonso Albaisa, the company’s senior vice president of global design, said earlier that the latest concept will be an electric vehicle that “opens up new possibilities in Nissan design and technology.” The novelty will use a new battery that is thinner than the existing units and has a higher energy density.
Nissan’s elite division, the Infiniti brand, will also be presenting its conceptual electric crossover called the QX Inspiration at the Detroit Auto Show.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the company Nissan revealed details about augmented reality Invisible-to-Visible (I2V).
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