Nissan XMotion Concept Car Is A Blend of Japanese Culture with American Craftsmanship


Nissan explores the possibility of groundbreaking design in compact SUV with Xmotion concept car. Making its debut at 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, this six-passenger car concept fuses Japanese culture with traditional craftsmanship of American style utility, and of course new-generation Nissan Intelligent Mobility technology. This futuristic concept car explores power side of Nissan Intelligent Mobility, creating bold and powerful forms and proportions, which are contrasted with aspects of traditional Japanese craftsmanship. The exterior of this car combines western and eastern values then continues inside the car with advanced connectivity and autonomous technology.


The exterior might not speak much about this concept, but once you take a look at closer inside, you’ll notice layers of detail that make this car exceptional. It’s a vision of future design from Nissan, a stunning exterior with powerful dynamic presence. That unique U-shaped highlights including Nissan’s signature V-motion grille complete this sculptural beauty.

Open the door, Xmotion interior design features unique characteristic that symbolizes a Japanese landscape, it honors Nissan’s roots while incorporating advanced graphic user interfaces and autonomous driving technologies. Imagine a river on the floor, then the center console acts as a bridge. The console uses Japanese architectural wood joinery technique, Kanawa Tsugi, the same technique used in carpentry to build religious temples and shrines.


There are seven digital screen portions in the interior, three for main displays left and right end displays that span the width of the instrument panel. The other two would be a digital room mirror in the ceiling and a center console display. All of the systems can be controlled through gestures and eye movements. The voice command system and intuitive controls want to help driver to focus on driving without missing essential information.











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