Nissan IMx KURO Concept has made its debut at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show – marking its entry into the electric crossover concept segment. With this concept, Nissan wishes to offer viewers a preview of the future of Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility.
Kuro, which is black in Japanese, means that the new Nissan IMx KURO Concept is seen in an all black color scheme with black trim and wheels and a black front grille along with a dark grey body color. It is showcased as a concept vehicle designed to enhance the bond between car and driver offering a safer and more convenient way of travel.
Nissan IMx KURO Concept boasts of integration with Nissan’s Brain-to-Vehicle (B2V) technology. It actively and efficiently interprets signals from the driver’s brain to assist with driving and puts the vehicle through the motions of both autonomous and manual systems.
Based on Nissan’s new electric vehicle platform, the KURO Concept zero emission vehicle has a flat floor resulting in a spacious cabin and its low center of gravity results in the chassis delivering sharp and efficient handling.
Interiors are designed offering a sense of space and openness. It receives a panoramic OLED instrument panel display, wood grain finish and katanagre diagonal pattern on seating with silicon cushioned headrests. The instrument panel can be maneuvered with eye movement and hand gesture and the concept also sports an intuitive interface allowing for low demand for physical control and switches.
The KYRO Concept is powered by high output electric motors located at the front and rear offering all wheel drive system. These two motors combine to offer 320 kW power and 700 Nm torque which is much more than even the Nissan GT-R. The batteries have an extended driving range of over 600 kms on a single charge.