Despite its futuristic detailing, the Mixim's exterior profile shows that it is based on Nissan's Micra.
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Inside, the driver's seat is situated in the center of the cabin with a passenger seat on either side. A fourth seat is stowed directly behind the primary row of seating.
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Nissan says that the steering wheel and controls in the Mixim are inspired by gaming controls.
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Two USB ports in the cabin support Nissan's contention that the Mixim is designed for young, digital-age drivers.
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The Mixim features an interface resembling a rotary fan for controlling its air-conditioning system.
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In keeping with other blue-sky electric car projects, the Mixim is powered by a lithium-ion battery pack, which fuels electric generators on each axle, making the car an all-wheel drive vehicle.
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Gull-wing doors--a signature concept-car design feature--are a sure sign that the Mixim is not likely to make it to production.
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According to Nissan, the design of the Mixim's wraparound windshield was inspired by the visor of a crash helmet.
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