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by:Dolight LED Panel     2019-09-16
Nissan has launched Vmotion 2 to give us a glimpse of their future.
North America International Auto Show concept 0. The four-
Car doors from Nissan\'s iconic \"V-motion\" front-
See the final design on current Altima, Murano and Maxima sedans.
Headlights with LED daytime running lights and vertical air intake add a positive front --end stance.
From the side it features a \"floating roof\" with a line from a steep angled a-
Pillars on the edge of the trunk.
Its sharp lines extend from the nose, across the door, to the rear LED lights, giving the illusion that it takes a lot longer than it actually does --
It\'s actually slightly shorter than the current Altima.
The cottage features half a steering wheel with leather and wood trim.
All meters and infotainment interfaces are projected onto a narrow screen that goes through the dashboard and the entire screen is visible to both drivers and passengers.
Entering the rear seat is through the suicide door, making the cabin larger and more spacious. Vmotion 2.
The 0 concept car is also equipped with Nissan\'s ProPilot, which is expected to eventually allow vehicles to travel in autonomous mode and will appear in the next generation of Leaf.
This concept first gives us a hint for the future and implements \"Nissan smart mobile\", a roadmap for the company to achieve zero emissions and zero deaths.
Nissan has launched Vmotion 2 to give us a glimpse of their future.
North America International Auto Show concept 0. The four-
Car doors from Nissan\'s iconic \"V-motion\" front-
See the final design on current Altima, Murano and Maxima sedans.
Headlights with LED daytime running lights and vertical air intake add a positive front --end stance.
From the side it features a \"floating roof\" with a line from a steep angled a-
Pillars on the edge of the trunk.
Its sharp lines extend from the nose, across the door, to the rear LED lights, giving the illusion that it takes a lot longer than it actually does --
It\'s actually slightly shorter than the current Altima.
The cottage features half a steering wheel with leather and wood trim.
All meters and infotainment interfaces are projected onto a narrow screen that goes through the dashboard and the entire screen is visible to both drivers and passengers.
Entering the rear seat is through the suicide door, making the cabin larger and more spacious. Vmotion 2.
The 0 concept car is also equipped with Nissan\'s ProPilot, which is expected to eventually allow vehicles to travel in autonomous mode and will appear in the next generation of Leaf.
This concept first gives us a hint for the future and implements \"Nissan smart mobile\", a roadmap for the company to achieve zero emissions and zero deaths.
Nissan has launched Vmotion 2 to give us a glimpse of their future.
North America International Auto Show concept 0. The four-
Car doors from Nissan\'s iconic \"V-motion\" front-
See the final design on current Altima, Murano and Maxima sedans.
Headlights with LED daytime running lights and vertical air intake add a positive front --end stance.
From the side it features a \"floating roof\" with a line from a steep angled a-
Pillars on the edge of the trunk.
Its sharp lines extend from the nose, across the door, to the rear LED lights, giving the illusion that it takes a lot longer than it actually does --
It\'s actually slightly shorter than the current Altima.
The cottage features half a steering wheel with leather and wood trim.
All meters and infotainment interfaces are projected onto a narrow screen that goes through the dashboard and the entire screen is visible to both drivers and passengers.
Entering the rear seat is through the suicide door, making the cabin larger and more spacious. Vmotion 2.
The 0 concept car is also equipped with Nissan\'s ProPilot, which is expected to eventually allow vehicles to travel in autonomous mode and will appear in the next generation of Leaf.
This concept first gives us a hint for the future and implements \"Nissan smart mobile\", a roadmap for the company to achieve zero emissions and zero deaths.
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