The Japanese automotive company Nissan has previously unveiled their 2017 Vmotion 2.0 in a press conference during the 2017 North American International Auto Show. It is the company's new concept car that images the future design of their sedan and their excellent mobility technology.
This car is the combination of high-end style, kicking design, spacious cabin as well as comfort and technology. It is preferable for busy professionals that will keep then on the go.
Vmotion 2.0 is the evolution of Nissan's V-Motion. Just like so many other Nissan products, it also keeps the front signature design.
Creators of this model have taken a big step further into building a three-dimensional shape to come up with the car's volume and architecture. In this concept, the main fuselage is the V-motion's grille.
For the 2017 Vmotion 2.0's silhouette, it is a representation of a floating roof with flowing line. It is finished with silver thin thread accents. Vmotion 2.0 has an expanded wheelbase that shows off the car's generous amount of cabin space with a twist of the body surface that truly defines the company's design language of Emotional Geometry.
According to the Nissan Motor Co., Ltd's Senior Vice-President who is also the company's chief creative officer, Shiro Nakamura, "Copper is an emerging color trend in many industries, including fashion, product design, and interior design. We wanted to introduce shades and hints of copper while mixing it with other metals such as satin silver and chrome,"
The 2017 Vmotion 2.0 comes with company's automated ProPilot driving system. This ProPilot highlight was already announced to be present on the next generation's electric Leaf vehicle. It will allow the Leaf to toil the brakes, accelerator, as well as the steering wheel whenever in a highway speed.
However, drivers or owners must regain the control for passing maneuvers and lane-change. This concept's engagement to ProPilot makes the model's rear and grille diffuser glow as an indication for other drivers on the road that the system is active.