Get a taste of Nissan's future design with the IMQ concept at Geneva
If you're looking for a peek into possible future design language here at Nissan well look no further than the Nissan IMQ concept here at the Geneva Motor Show.
It's a little bit shorter than the current Rogue and it's full of all kinds of sharp angles.
The company also says that the front is a redesign of Nissan's traditional V motion grill.
But, I don't know, if you ask me that grill is looking pretty darn Lexusy.
Out back the boomering tail lights have been rehashed and a large spoiler emerges from the all glass roof.
The IMQ uses Nissan's E-power technology that uses a 1.5 liter gasoline engine to make energy for the electric motors.
All told we've got 335 horsepower on top and 516 pound feet of torque.
In terms of tech, PROPilot is here which offers up adaptive cruise control and a lane centering feature that even works when you're going on the turns.
And since this is a concept and concepts are all about screens, inside you've got a 33 inch wide screen that spans the entire width of the dash.
And there's no mirrors in this bad boy.
It is all about cameras.
Other concepty bits include giant 22 inch wheels.
A coach door in the rear.
So it can open up.
You can have easy ingress and egress.
A really tall shoulder line.
And seats that have been laser cut and inspired by Japanese woodworking.
Since this is a concept we've got no idea about when these design inspirations will make it on to future Nissan products but one thing's for sure, it's certainly going to turn heads.