As if not to be outdone by its competitors, namely Toyota, which has issued I-Concept, in the event the Tokyo Motor Show 2017, Nissan also featured one of the creation of new electric car named Nissan IMx Concept.
The concept car is touted as a vision of the future of manufacturing where Nissan IMx Concept is equipped with advanced technology, namely “Nissan Intelligent Mobility” which supports human ease and environmentally friendly.
The concept car zero-emission crossover IMX embodies the future of Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility where Nissan is committed to changing the way people and cars connect and how cars interact with people in the near future and so on.
Not only that, ProPILOT technology as autonomous or SWAK driver Nissan alerts are also present in Nissan IMx Concept. When using the mode, the steering wheel enters the dashboard and seats all propped up to create a relaxing space for the driver and passengers. To get back to normal, simply turn on manual mode and IMx operates like a normal car.
The concept car does not produce emissions because it uses an electric runway kitchen, a high-capacity electric motor that has been installed on the car, and can produce a combined power of 435 PS and a 700 NM torque boost. The new tech battery is claimed to have a power of more than 600 km for a single charge.
For exterior design, Nissan IMx has been equipped with attributes that describe electrification. In addition, the typical Nissan V-Motion grille is also pinned and can feature more modern cars and design lines also emit a crossover aura with futuristic value.
The wheel house and its rim also have a large size to indicate that the car is a crossover SUV. The body part is dominated by a white color with vermilion accents and white roof. For the roof, there is a large panoramic sunroof and stretch from front to stern.
In terms of interior, Nissan IMx Concept brings the traditional Japanese home philosophy with the impression of space. There are four benches with minimalist design and minimal physical control. There is also a large OLED screen that becomes the instrument panel and underneath there is a wood accent that extends up to the door panel.
This car is reportedly using a 3D printing machine for the seat frame with diagonal katanagare pattern and kumiki motif. Reportedly, Nissan IMx will be realized no more than 10 years.