Vmotion 2.0 is Nissan’s big concept reveal at Detroit this year, and it is pretty mouth-watering!
This is wholly a design and automated-driving prototype — one that does not directly preview any particular production model. More than that: it actually previews all of them. The Altima is next up for a big refresh from Nissan, and it is likely to wear much of this chic new style when it materializes as a 2019 model.
Will it also integrate the ‘Nissan Intelligent Mobility’ tech that is at the core of this vehicle? Namely, the ProPILOT auto-driving functions?
Yes, yes it will.
However you slice its meaning and significance: there is no arguing against these beautiful looks!
2017 Nissan Vmotion 2.0
- Nissan Vmotion 2.0 is an exciting new concept for tomorrow’s busy professionals
- Created to showcase Nissan’s new sedan design direction – futuristic, dynamic, and more cabin-focused
- Showcases the evolution of the signature “V-motion” front design seen on many of today’s Nissan products
- Provides hints at the future of “Nissan Intelligent Mobility,” including a future vision for ProPILOT functionality, one which allows autonomous driving on urban roads and in intersections with the latest HMIDETROIT – Nissan today revealed Vmotion 2.0, a new concept vehicle that signals the company’s future sedan design direction and Intelligent Mobility technology. It combines a high sense of style, emotional design, roominess, comfort and technology to make the mobility experience seamless for busy professionals constantly on the go. The vehicle was revealed during a press conference at the 2017 North American International Auto Show.
Nissan Vmotion 2.0 is the evolution of the “V-motion” front design signature seen on many of today’s Nissan products, such as the Murano mid-size crossover and Maxima 4-door sports car. Vmotion 2.0 takes the design a step further by forming an intelligent three-dimensional shape to create the volume and architecture of the vehicle. In this concept, the V-motion grille becomes the main fuselage, allowing for extremely sharp yet expressive surface language, accented by crisp character lines that resonate throughout the body.