Nissan's IMx Concept features sharply creased proportions and a low-slung greenhouse.
The IMx's nose, in particular, has echoes of Nissan's well-received 2015 IDS hatchback concept.
A new long-range battery pack promises 600 kilometers -- 373 miles of range -- albeit calculated on Japan's comparatively lenient JC08 cycle.
An important new chassis underpins the IMx -- it'll provide the basis for many new EVs in the Nissan-Renault Alliance.
Like any concept car worth its salt, the IMx features rear-hinged back doors so that showgoers can see inside the cabin more easily.
It wouldn't be a concept car without some funky patterns in the cabin, as on these power retractable pedals.
A yoke-style steering wheel folds into the dashboard in an impressive ballet of motion.
Note the panoramic OLED display band just below the windshield.
Headrest components are 3D printed.
A yoke-style steering wheel and pedals fold into a minimalist dashboard when the vehicle is in automated driving mode.
The front end design is defined as much by negative space as by what's actually there.
This looks like an excellent place for fall foliage to collect.
Nissan loves its signature boomerang-shaped lights.
Oversize wheels are a concept car must.
Just in case you wonder what you're following on the street...
A steeply raked windshield and backlight suggest there's not a lot of headroom inside. But then again, this is a showcar.
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Floating-mount individual seats automatically recline when the vehicle is in fully autonomous mode.
The airplane-style yoke folds away when the car is in its automated driving setting.
Nissan describes this as a "wood grain-patterned display" that "gives occupants a subtle sense of the outside, similar to a shoji, a traditional Japanese paper screen.
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