Nissan’s car display gives spectators a glimpse of future sedans
Nissan recently launched the new, zero-emission Leaf, which will be on display at the 15th Guangzhou International Automobile Exhibition, together with the Vmotion 2.0 concept car, providing a glimpse of the future of sedans.
Following its recent world premiere in Japan, the new Nissan Leaf made its debut in China as the new standard in the growing market for mainstream electric cars. With greater range, advanced technologies and a dynamic new design, the Leaf offers customers more driving excitement, connectivity and performance.
The new Leaf comes with Nissan’s ProPilot autonomous driving technology, ProPilot Park and e-Pedal. The car is the icon of Nissan Intelligent Mobility, the company’s approach to changing how vehicles are powered, driven and integrated into society.
Unveiled earlier this year, the Vmotion 2.0 concept car demonstrates Nissan’s future sedan design direction and highlights Nissan Intelligent Driving, one of the three pillars of Nissan Intelligent Mobility.
The Vmotion 2.0 combines a high sense of style, emotional design, space, comfort and technology to deliver a seamless mobility experience. It showcases a future vision for ProPilot functionality that allows autonomous driving on urban roads for a more flexible driving experience.
Venucia, the local brand of Dongfeng Venucia Motor Co. within Nissan’s joint venture in China, also brought its all-new Venucia T70 to the show. The model offers another choice for customers looking for a high-quality, intelligent, connected vehicle.
The new T70 has an entirely new design on both the inside and the outside. The new look was inspired by nature and images of drifting sand. On the inside, the T70 creates a warm and comforting ambience for the driver and passengers alike, with detailed finishes including the delicately stitched leather bordering the dashboard.
The new Venucia T70 comes with a connected system, “AI Voice Assistant.” The system offers the driver assistance with 200 actions, such as making a call or turning on the air conditioning, solely through voice commands. In addition, the navigation system, co-designed by Dongfeng Venucia and Autonavi, provides 24-hour guidance through blind zones.
With its lineup of advanced new models and concept vehicles, Nissan continues to deliver on its commitment to Nissan Intelligent Mobility – bringing the best vehicles to China, one of Nissan’s most important markets globally.