The Nissan Vmotion 2.0 concept has been revealed at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show. The new Vmotion 2.0 concept showcasesthe evolution of Nissan's design language and the automaker's aspirations for autonomous cars.
The 'Vmotion' name comes from the grille of modern day Nissan cars which was shown as part of Sport Sedan concept that was unveiled at the 2014 edition of the Detroit Motor Show.
The Vmotion 2.0 elevates the V-Motion grille to a whole new level as the whole grille is now the front of the concept car and now sits a bit ahead of the car. The sharp looking headlights follow the lines of the bonnet which looks like a pumped up GT-R that was on a muscle building regime.
The rear end of the car looks somewhat plain compared to the part up front with only the angular LED taillights really being the eye-catching features.
The roof of the car features carbon-fibre with silver threads which helps accentuate the floating roof. The copper-infused silver paint changes colour depending on your perspective.
Another interesting feature are the suicide doors which combine with the lack of a B-pillar help show off the interior of the car.
Speaking of the interior, the minimalistic style with the patterned leather seats that form a part of the Bose stereo system and the steering wheel with its top half chopped off, the Zebra wood, and the panoramic display up front above the dash look brilliant yet simple.
The display in the future could broadcast data from the sedan's ProPILOT autonomous system which Nissan claims works on highways, in cities, and "on urban roads with intersections."
The Nissan Vmotion 2.0 concept also hints at the design of an upcoming car which will see many of the design cues seen on the concept car.