Nissan will introduce Nissan IMk electric car in Tokyo

Nissan will introduce Nissan IMk electric car in Tokyo

October 1, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The Japanese automaker announced the debut of a new concept car, which will be the embodiment of the Nissan Intelligent Mobility plan.

Nissan at the international Tokyo Motor Show will show the Nissan IMk concept car. The novelty uses a newly developed platform and is a compact sitikar. Thanks to the latest driving assistance technologies and modern functions, the driver will not only be able to confidently drive the car, but will also make the car’s movement more exciting, the company said.

Asako Hoshino, vice president of global marketing and sales of electric car global business, said: “Nissan IMk offers a comfortable and carefree travel experience thanks to the quiet and dynamic driving that only an electric vehicle can provide. It provides customers with an unprecedented experience of more intuitive operation and constant connectivity to cars through smooth operation. ”[IP]&ua=[UA]&domain=[DOMAIN]&page=[PAGE]&secure=[SECURE]&language=[BROWSER_LANGUAGE]&bidfloor=[BIDFLOOR]&gdpr_consent=[GDPR_CONSENT]

Nissan IMk is equipped with next-generation unmanned driving technology, which is a development of Pilot 2.0 technology. In addition, the concept has the function of automatic parking without the participation of the driver and is able to arrive on call from a smartphone.

The company has not yet disclosed the technical characteristics of its concept, but noted that the newly developed electric motor provides “a powerful, high-quality ride and noiselessness unique to electric vehicles, and a comfortable ride that has never happened before.”

The exterior design is simple and minimal. Surfaces and lines flow smoothly from the front to the back. The body color is Akagane, a metal that has been used in Japan since ancient times. Traditionally, the model is equipped with cameras instead of rear-view mirrors, the image from which is displayed on monitors in the corner of the doors. The interior of the Nissan IMk resembles a room. There are no switches inside, and all information is displayed on a “floating” display. The model uses an interactive, personalized graphical interface that looks like a hologram.

Nissan IMk is a concept electric car that represents a new direction in the development of Nissan Intelligent Mobility using advanced technologies such as electrification. Nissan will continue to present vehicles equipped with innovative advanced technologies and one of such innovations will be presented in Tokyo.