With the Vmotion 2.0 Concept, Nissan hopes to show the future of its Intelligent Mobility technology and what direction its sedan design is headed. This concept vehicle was revealed by the brand through a press conference conducted during the 2017 North American International Auto Show held in Detroit.
The Vmotion 2.0 shows a good combination of an emotional design with an excellent sense of style. It offers enough room on the inside with features designed for comfort and technological systems integrated to it.
Overall length of the Vmotion 2.0 is at 191.3 in. (4,860 mm), making it shorter compared to the Altima. Meanwhile, the wheelbase measuring 112.2 in. (2,850 mm) is actually longer than the Altima, and even the Maxima. Excluding door mirrors, width is at 74.4 in. (1,890 mm), meaning it is lower than many of the brand’s sedans. The height of 54.3 in. (1,380 mm) gives it an appearance that exudes style.
Considering that Nissan wanted to focus on the technology and style, there is no word yet on what powertrain will be equipped in the Vmotion 2.0. The only thing confirmed is that this concept vehicle will be fitted with the brand’s latest autonomous-driving technology known as the ProPilot.
One of the things this system can do is navigate the roads without the need for any human intervention. For other drivers, it is easy to know that the ProPilot has been activated as both the emblem in the front and the diffuser in the rear light up.