Intelligent Mobility technology in combination with a four-wheel drive are the basic features of the new Nissan Concept SUV. The model was recently shown in concept form at the Tokyo Motor Show. It will be part of serial production for just a couple of years. Technology and performance are precisely summed up in the name of the concept. 2020 Nissan IMx has several other fantastic features. Only those will make this model a very ”sought-after item”.
2020 Nissan IMx Specs
First of all, we should say that the 2020 Nissan IMx is not a conventional SUV. More precisely, it is an EV model. According to the company, its performance is better than at Nissan GT-R model. The presented model possesses two 210 hp electric motors. Together they deliver 700 Nm of torque. 429 hp and 516 pound-feet of torque. Except that no emissions, the new Nissan SUV can boast of autonomy even 600 km on a single charge.
Futuristic external design you can immediately notice. A slightly better look at this new model, in fact, reveals most of the features taken from the new Nissan Leaf model. This is what concerns the outward appearance of this concept. Frankly, it is fully consistent with other vehicle characteristics.
The interior of the new 2020 Nissan IMx EV SUV primarily cabin is fully represents the 21st century. You can control the Nissan IMx’s infotainment system with gestures, or even eye movements. With this new equipment, the company went a step further with this concept compared to their number one electric model, i.e. Nissan Leaf.
The new Nissan SUV boosts the latest technological achievements in the field of automotive. ProPilot technology should first be mentioned. The driver can use full autonomous driving by choosing ProPilot Drive mode. It allows the occupants to recline and relax as the car takes over driving duties. Next in the series of conveniences is “Canto”. That’s a new system that gives whisper-quiet EVs and sounds to alert pedestrians to the car’s presence. The sound varies. And it depends on whether the vehicle is accelerating, decelerating, or backing up.