2019 Tokyo Motor Show Will Include 14 Nissan Models
Nissan plans to go big at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show scheduled for October 25 through November 4, by showcasing 14 of its most advanced models, including a new zero-emission concept car. The IMk, a stellar example of the automaker’s Intelligent Mobility technologies, is designed to be “the ultimate urban commuter.”
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According to Nissan, the compact IMk, engineered with the automaker’s innovative driver assist tech of ProPILOT, is an EV that delivers powerful acceleration, creating a fun-to-drive, responsive performance.
“More than just a functional city car, it’s a chic vehicle designed to reduce driver stress while offering excitement and confidence on an all-new EV platform,” reports the automaker.
Also set to make an appearance at the auto show is the Nissan LEAF e+, which delivers drivers an increase in range of 40 percent compared to the automaker’s popular Nissan LEAF model, which hit the market in 2010.
Also deriving its power from an electrified powertrain is the award-winning (the Automotive Researchers’ and Journalists’ Conference for Japan named it Technology of the Year for 2019) Serena e-POWER minivan.
Another new model is the premium sports sedan, the Nissan Skyline.
“The Skyline name has been synonymous with Nissan technology and excitement since the first Skyline model debuted in 1957. The new Skyline now comes with Pro-PILOT 2.0, the world’s first driver assistance system to combine navigated highway driving with hands-off capabilities,” according to Nissan.
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Driving enthusiasts will be thrilled by the 2020 Nissan GT-R 50th Anniversary Special Edition and the 2020 Nissan GT-R Nismo.
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