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A Look Into the Future
Together We Ride
This innovative crossover, unveiled at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show, provides a glimpse into the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility. Promoting a stronger link between you and your car, the Nissan IMx gives you more control and makes mobility more enjoyable.
Vmotion 2.0 signals the company’s future sedan design direction and the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility technology. It combines a high sense of style, emotional design, roominess, comfort and technology to make personal transportation seamless for busy professionals constantly on the go.
Nissan Gripz Concept
Inspired by classic desert rally cars and racing bikes, and equipped with an advanced hybrid EV powertrain, the Nissan Gripz Concept is the next game changer from the pioneer of the compact crossover segment.
Nissan IDS Concept
Nissan IDS Concept promises an exciting future of autonomous driving and zero emissions. In this visionary concept, the driver is still very connected to the experience. Even when Piloted Drive is selected, and driving is turned over to the vehicle, the car’s performance – from accelerating to braking to cornering - imitates the driver’s own style and preferences.
Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo
From virtual to reality and back again. Answering a call from the makers of Gran Turismo 6, Nissan’s young designers created a dream car to celebrate the game’s 15th anniversary. The virtual supercar made its debut as a physical concept at the Goodwood Festival of Speed last summer. But the first lucky ones to actually “drive” it? GT6 gamers, of course. So will a production version actually drive up the Goodwood hill in 2020? That remains to be seen...
The Sway is a glimpse at how a future generation of compact Nissan models might look. Designed especially to appeal to European tastes, it is seen as emotional, edgy, and exciting.
Lannia Concept joins our growing family of China-focused models. It was designed by Chinese, built by Chinese for the Chinese people, and ultimately, for the world.
The IDx Freeflow combines fashion and function in a design brimming with originality. The 4-passenger cabin is meant to feel like a living room designed around sharing with others.
The IDx NISMO’s co-creation dialogue took the distilled heritage of Nissan’s basic box-shaped racing vehicles of the past and married it with various intriguing new details. This resulted in a car that appears to be timeless while moored in a place all of its own.