Nissan's small car concept, unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show, has customizable exterior screens and an interior projector system that makes the car a blank canvas for Millenials.
TOKYO -- The Teatro For Dayz has user-definable LED screens on all four sides.
Its unusual pinched greenhouse draws your eye to where the doors meet.
A boxy rear end maximizes cabin and cargo space.
If your tastes run to animal prints, the Teatro For Dayz will happily (and loudly) oblige.
What you can't see from this static image is the dynamic way in which seat prints can be animated.
There's no way you'll miss this welcome message on your dashboard.
The Teatro For Dayz will display a calendar as big as the one you hang on your wall.
Having such a large screen means everyone aboard can easily see where you're headed when the dashboard is in navigation mode.
These funky wheels barely display any tire tread.
Its LED screens can be altered to suit the occupants' mood with photos and graphics.
Headlamps use the latest light-tube technology.
Placing a screen where a bumper's strike face normally is looks like a recipe for costly repairs.
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