Nissan showed off its latest concept, the Vmotion 2.0, at the Detroit Auto Show today.

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The concept points the way toward a more technical and muscular sedan.

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While we doubt the heavily sculpted silhouette will make it into production, it does give the Vmotion concept a sleek and futuristic look.

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Yet it still retains Nissan's signature boomerang tail lights.

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Gotta get that boomerang motif upfront as well.

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The Vmotion has Nissan's next-generation ProPilot, which allows for autonomous driving not just on the freeway, but also in urban areas and intersections.

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The concept features center-open doors. They're pretty cool but most likely won't make it into production.

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The Nissan badge in front will light up when the car is in autonomous mode.

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Concept cars always seem to have a yoke steering wheel. Whatever happened to putting your hands at 10 and 2?

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The interior features light and airy materials for a sophisticated look.

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Click through for more pictures of the Vmotion 2.0 concept from Nissan.

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