All-electric concepts presented at Tokyo are the latest centerpieces of Nissan Intelligent Mobility
Nissan kicked off a new era in design and performance today with the launch of two all-electric concept cars at the Tokyo Motor Show.
The Nissan Ariya Concept and Nissan IMk concept are the latest centerpieces of Nissan Intelligent Mobility, the company's vision for changing how vehicles are powered, driven and integrated into society. The concepts signify Nissan's direction for its upcoming vehicle lineup and the new possibilities for design and technology that a new EV platform allows.
The Ariya Concept showcases Nissan's new design direction, called Timeless Japanese Futurism. The new design language combines new possibilities incorporating the company's 100% EV platform with traditional Japanese minimalist themes.
The Nissan IMk concept offers advanced Nissan Intelligent Mobility technology and a powerful EV drivetrain in a compact, agile body. The IMk concept's sleek appearance represents Nissan's future design language, developed for the coming automotive era.
Along with the Nissan Ariya Concept and IMk concept, Nissan's display at the Tokyo Motor Show feature the new Skyline, showcasing Nissan's most advanced driver assistance technology on the road today, ProPilot 2.0; Serena, the company's most popular minivan, equipped with the award-winning e-Power system; Dayz, the first commuter car equipped with ProPilot; the latest Leaf Nismo RC, a twin-electric motor racing machine representing the excitement of Nissan Intelligent Power and the zero-emission Leaf e+, offering an enhanced EV driving and ownership experience.
On public days, motor show guests can experience an additional lineup of cars including the 50th anniversary Nissan GT-R and the GT-R Nismo. Several examples of Nissan's groundbreaking EV and electrified technologies will also be shown, including the Note e-Power Nismo S Black Limited and the Serena e-Power Autech edition.