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Nissan Will Showcase 14 Models At the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show

At the 46th Tokyo Motor Show, Nissan will introduce fourteen models, including a fully new IMk concept car and two versions of the powerful GT-R Coupe.

The 2019 Tokyo Motor Show takes place on October 24 – November 4. Visitors will also see there electric Nissans – the LEAF e+ and the Serena e-POWER, as well as a new Skyline sedan with the ProPILOT 2.0 driver assistance system.

Nissan IMk

The Nissan IMk concept is a modern urban electric car with advanced technologies and powerful dynamics. Built on the all-new EV platform, it received the ProPILOT autonomous control and connectivity features.

The IMk embodies a minimalist aesthetics based on Nissan’s new design philosophy – Timeless Japanese Futurism.

Nissan IMk Concept photo

Nissan Serena e-POWER

The Serena minivan is known as one of the first to apply ProPILOT and e-POWER technologies. Introduced in March 2018, Serena’s electrified e-POWER transmission is awarded the 2019 Technology of the Year by the The Automotive Researchers’ and Journalists’ Conference of Japan (RJC).

2020 Nissan Serena e-POWER image

Nissan Skyline

Nissan launched the first Skyline model in 1957. A new Skyline Hybrid iteration comes standard with the Pro-PILOT 2.0 technology.

The autopilot system controls a predefined route on designated roads. The technology also allows to drive the car in one lane, and it is ready to take control at any moment.

2020 Nissan Skyline image

Nissan LEAF e+

Since arrival in 2010, Nissan has sold more than 430,000 Nissan Leafs worldwide. Introduced earlier this year, the Leaf e+ has a high capacity battery. The driving range is up to 285 miles (458 km) according to Japan’s WLTC standard.

2020 Nissan LEAF e+ photo

Nissan GT-R

At this-year Tokyo Motor Show, Nissan will present a special version of the GT-R sports coupe, dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the model, as well as a new hot modification of the GT-R NISMO.

Source: Nissan Motor Company

1 comment on “Nissan Will Showcase 14 Models At the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show

  1. DougWantsALeaf says:

    Rumors are that the Leaf will get a range boost in 2020.

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