Nissan introduced the concept car IMk – a compact five-door car specially designed for use in megacities.
The center of gravity is located as low as possible, which is explained by the presence of a battery pack. A car can connect to the household’s power grid and use the Nissan Energy Share (Vehicle-to-Home) system to use the energy stored in its battery to balance energy consumption in the home.
Of course, the concept implements self-government technologies. They, in particular, help to make car driving safer and more comfortable due to the possibility that they don’t keep their hands on the steering wheel when driving on the motorway in the same lane.
On-board systems have integration with the owner’s smartphone. So, working through a smartphone, the ProPILOT Remote Park system with the Valet Parking function can automatically find a parking space after the driver and passengers get out of the car. You can also call a car from the parking lot through a cellular device.
Invisible-to-Visible (I2V) technology mentioned. By comparing information from sensors outside and inside the car with data from the cloud storage, I2V can track the immediate environment of the car and anticipate what awaits it in front, even if it is out of sight of people sitting in it, for example, around the corner of the house.
The appearance and proportions of IMk reflect the aesthetics of minimalism. The lounge has an atmosphere in the style of a cafe or lobby: these are seats like benches with an original texture, wooden inserts, dark brown carpeting and hidden lights.