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.
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 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).
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.
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.
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