We can expect great things from Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.’s stand at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show, which opens on October 30 and closes on November 8. Open to the public, this exhibit will be held at Tokyo Big Sight. One of the most anticipated highlights of Nissan’s exhibit is a ground-breaking concept dubbed Teatro for Dayz that indicates a new path in mobile technology.
A departure from the usual way we perceive things, this concept was designed particularly for the digital native youth. Other highlights in this exhibit include: (1) Nissan Gripz Concept, which marks its debut in Japan after having been launched last month at the 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show; (2) the latest autonomous drive and safety technologies; (3) and Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo.
Nissan will be displaying as many as 20 vehicles, which include the X-Trail Hybrid Mode Premier and Juke 16GT Four Personalization models. In addition, visitors will be treated to a display of special-feature models such as the Skyline 350GT Hybrid Type-SP Cool Exclusive, Serena Highway Star V Selection, and Fuga 370GT Type-S Cool Exclusive.
In this release, Nissan also revealed more information about the vehicles. It has narrated that its new approach for the upcoming generation is exemplified by Teatro for Dayz (an Italian term that combines theatre and a Nissan minicar). Nissan has been referring to this generation in the digital age as "share natives."
In a matter of just a few years, this generation will be driving and so what the automaker wants to figure out now is what kind of cars they’d want to drive. Nissan thinks that share natives will want features that will enable them to immediately create and share experiences with friends who are online as well as those in the car.
The main feature of this concept is “a clean canvas,” a smooth white interior that means that the instrument panel, seats and door trim may be used as a blank canvas for expression.
Teatro for Dayz, which is a product of Nissan's EV technology, is a mode of transportation but it can also be looked at as a big mobile battery. That’s because a share native will perceive cars as mobile devices which they can occupy and have the opportunity to create, connect, and share. Nissan will also be showing off the Nissan Gripz Concept, a series hybrid sports crossover that runs on electricity.
Created by European and Japanese designers, the Nissan Gripz Concept has the compact crossover’s functionality and ability as well as the sports car’s performance and exhilaration. The Nissan Gripz Concept features Pure Drive e-Power (an EV-technology-based series hybrid system). As a result, it offers incredible fuel economy and offers a driving experience that’s refined, exciting, and seamless.
In this system, a highly frugal gasoline engine gives power to an electric motor (the same one that is seen in the Nissan Leaf). Guiding the exterior of the Nissan Gripz Concept is the "emotional geometry" body sculpting concept, portraying the heavy contrasts through the vibrant but still edgy surface.
The instrument panel has a “gliding wing” shape and it features a classy thin design that is as strong as it is simple.
Then there’s the Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo, which is offered in a new color and exudes a stronger presence. It’s a sure thing that with the release of the Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo, the brand will boost its presence in the gaming world.
Taking credit for this concept supercar’s appearance in PlayStation is Polyphony Digital Inc. It was in England at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2014 that the unveiling of this concept took place. The Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo has a great look with its new Fire Knight red body color and with a new version of Nissan's signature V-Motion grille.