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2017-10-30

Nissan introduced new electric car - IMx

Nissan introduced new electric car - IMx

A Japanese company Nissan introduced its new electric vehicle IMx. The flagship was presented in Tokyo on October 25.

IMx will be completely autonomous with a 600km fuel distance. Total power of the electromotor is 320kW, the turning torque is 700Nm. Battery capacity is yet unknown.

The car will have ProPILOT system installed on board, which will ensure fully autonomous driving. The steering wheel and dashboard will hide in special slots and the passenger seats will lean back slightly. If desired, the autopilot can be switched off at any time and you can go to manual control.

For now, the hatchback was presented as a concept. However, creators said that the electric car will be put in serial production soon.


 

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