The Nissan Xmotion concept, which is pronounced "cross motion," is intended to preview the next generation of Nissan's crossover lineup.     

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The Nissan Xmotion concept made its world debut at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show.

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It's a handsome arrangement, with some bulky lines around the fenders giving it some visual strength.     

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From the side and rear angles, I see a lot of Volvo XC40 inspiration -- and that's a good thing.    

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Its headlights are similar to those in other new Nissan concepts.   

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Just wait until you see the inside, though.

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Like many good concepts, the Xmotion sports suicide doors.

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The seats look like something out of a movie, with a floating shoulder section that incorporates a headrest and some wild hexagonal shapes on the back. 

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Perhaps the most impressive part of the interior is the single screen that spans the width of the dashboard.   

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Instead of relying on a distracting controller, you can manipulate the screen using both voice and gesture commands.    

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There are six individual seats across three rows, split down the middle by a pronounced wooden center console made using traditional Japanese joinery.

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