Nissan Teases Mysterious New Concept For Tokyo

Nissan has released a teaser video which previews an all-new concept for the Tokyo Motor Show.

The company is keep details under wraps but hinted the model “embodies the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility.”

The video appears to show a sleek crossover with a nearly vertical front fascia. We can also see a relatively short hood and a rakish windscreen which flows into a gently sloping roof. The rear of the concept is a more mysterious as it appears relatively boxy with the exception of the rear window.

While Nissan is keeping quiet, the video shows a sign that says “autonomous drive recommended.” This seems to suggest the concept will feature some sort of autonomous driving technology.

Earlier this year, reports surfaced that Nissan was working on a Vmotion 3.0 concept which could be an electric crossover. It’s hard to say whether or not this is the same concept but there have been rumors that Nissan was planning to introduce an electric crossover concept in Tokyo.

The mysterious crossover concept will be shown alongside a handful of other “exciting concept cars” including the new Leaf Nismo.

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