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Tokyo Motor Show 2017: Nissan reveals IMx Concept

Tokyo Motor Show 2017: Nissan reveals IMx Concept
Bilal Firfiray Bilal Firfiray Wednesday 25 October 2017, 10:38 AM

Nissan revealed an all-new zero-emission concept at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, the Nissan IMx. The IMx gives a glimpse of the upcoming Leaf-based all-electric SUV Nissan plans to reveal in a couple of years’ time.

The Nissan IMx zero-emission concept is based on Nissan's new EV platform. The same platform underpins the recently unveiled second-gen Leaf. It allows the floor to be completely flat while the centre of gravity is maintained low thus lending better handling dynamics. Powering the show car is a pair of electric motors both at the front and rear. The combined output is 320kW of power and an astounding 700Nm of turning force. The high-density battery lends a range of more than 600kilometres on a single charge. Nissan also showcased their new Nissan Intelligent Integration and the Seamless Autonomous Mobility with the IMx concept car.

The IMx looks futuristic somewhat similar to the 2015 Gripz Concept. There are large suicidal doors, sleek headlamps, floating roof and large funky wheels. The Japanese carmaker’s new V-Motion design philosophy is present. The vermillion accent colour, contrasting with the pearl white-coloured body, is inspired by uramasari, which describes the beauty and extravagance found on the inside of traditional Japanese kimonos.

The cabin is minimalistic with all the contemporary design elements in a proper concept fashion. There are many Japanese traditions inspired work inside the cabin as well. For instance, the dashboard gets woo grain pattern similar to similar to a shoji, a traditional Japanese paper screen. There is a katanagare diagonal pattern on the seats while the headrest gets a kumiki, Japanese interlocking wood puzzle.

The IMx concept also gives us a glimpse of the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility. It demonstrates the prowess of Nissan’s ProPilot. The fully autonomous tech is capable of stowing the steering wheel into the dashboard and recline all the seats for a commute without any driver’s intervention. Nissan showcased their Artificial Intelligence as well with the IMx. It enables the driver to control the instrument panel with eye movements and hand gestures. This feature can be seen in the future Nissan products as well.

 

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