Nissan IMx with Brain-to-Vehicle - this innovative crossover concept vehicle provides a glimpse into the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility. Coupled with Brain-to-vehicle technology, brain waves are utilized to create a stronger link between you and your car for more control, making mobility more enjoyable for you.
Imagine a whole new driving experience, moving through life with greater exhilaration, confidence, and connection to the world around you. This is Nissan Intelligent Mobility, and it’s already a reality in Nissans you can drive today – in cars that park themselves, watch what’s happening around you, and step in to keep you out of trouble. Now imagine a near future with cars that can actually learn from one another and EVs that recharge as they drive along, no strings attached. Nissan Intelligent Mobility is making all this, and more, part of a bold, bright tomorrow.
Soon, your car will be able to take the stress out of driving and leave only the joy. It will pick you up, navigate heavy traffic, and find parking all on its own. And at the push of a button, it gives you back control of the wheel. It will even be able to communicate with other cars and pedestrians. Nissan is testing advanced autonomous driving on public roads today, which means this revolutionary driving experience is within reach.
With new Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies, Nissan LEAF shares some of the driving tasks so you can let go of stress and enjoy the ride. Out on the highway, ProPILOT automatically keeps pace with the flow of traffic, transforming your morning commute into a pleasant way to start the day. Nissan Intelligent Mobility makes easy work of tight parking spots, too. Just push the ProPILOT Park button and watch LEAF glide effortlessly into the parking space.
Many Nissan vehicles are already equipped with technologies that look out for you, monitor the situation, and in some cases even step in to save the day.
Watches two cars ahead and can warn you to slow down, before you can even see what's stopping traffic.
Changes lanes with confidence. This feature spots a vehicle in the blind spot area, and gives you a nudge back if you start to move over.
Keeps you between the lines if you start to drift out of your lane.
Looks out behind you and automatically brakes for things you can't see.
Tight parking space? Now you have a bird's eye view of your surroundings, so you can see what you might have missed.
Monitors the flow of traffic, so your're always following at a safe distance.
As the world’s best-selling electric vehicle, Nissan LEAF is redefining the power you crave behind the wheel. LEAF beats just about any car off the line with 100% instant torque – and zero emissions. Proof that sustainable transportation doesn’t have to compromise the thrill of driving. Nissan’s leadership position in EVs means we’re committed to expanding our range of zero emission vehicles, bringing the unique pleasures of clean, quiet power to more and more people worldwide.
The e-Pedal gives you a fun, easy way to drive using only the accelerator pedal to start, accelerate, decelerate, and stop. For instant acceleration, press down on the accelerator pedal. Lift off the pedal, and e-Pedal reacts as if you stepped on the brake pedal – slowing down the vehicle, and in some cases bringing it to a complete stop.
With Nissan's e-POWER system, amplify your rush with instant torque and a quiet drive much like a zero emission EV, but without ever having to worry about charging the battery. This 100% electric motor drive system borrows from the EV technology perfected in the Nissan LEAF and adds a gasoline engine for electrical power generation, taking you even further.
A connected ecosystem of drivers, cars, and communities is key to a cleaner and safer world. Nissan is playing a central role in defining what the roads of the future will look like, from autonomous cars to traffic management systems to mobility services. Seamless Autonomous Mobility (SAM), for example, is a system designed to make driverless autonomous cars smarter with every trip. It uses human mobility managers to help driverless autonomous cars deal with the unexpected, like construction zones, then share what they have learned with other cars in the system. With field tests having started from 2017 in Japan in partnership with DeNA, Nissan will start taking passengers to their destination of choice in a robo-vehicle with its mobility service in the early 2020s. This will provide the freedom and enjoyment of mobility anytime and anywhere.