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Auto ShowsNissan Teases IMQ Electric Crossover Concept Ahead Of Geneva

16:40  27 february  2019
16:40  27 february  2019 Source:   insideevs.com

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Nissan IMQ concept joins the overload of EVs in Geneva . “Join Nissan at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show for the reveal of the IMQ concept crossover , an all-new vehicle that embodies the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility and gives a sneak peek as to what might be in your.

Expect Nissan to say the IMQ has a 115-kWh battery pack, quite a bit of power, all-wheel drive, and an unrealistic — but not impossible — maximum range. The automaker claims the IMQ is a glimpse into “the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility,” so it should also come with the IMS’ multi-tiered infotainment

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Nissan IMQ concept joins the overload of EVs in Geneva

Nissan will reveal at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show an all-new electric concept crossover – the Nissan IMQ. The first image looks a little bit exaggerated with not much window space, but let’s wait for the photos.

It’s one of the two new concepts – IMQ and IMS, for which trademarks were registered in December. The IMS“elevated sports sedan” debuted at NAIAS in Detroit.

“Join Nissan at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show for the reveal of the IMQ concept crossover, an all-new vehicle that embodies the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility and gives a sneak peek as to what might be in your future driveway.”

Nissan IMs Concept is a High-Riding Electric Sedan

Nissan IMs Concept is a High-Riding Electric Sedan Nissan’s new creation has everything you can ask for in a concept: a high-performance electric powertrain, augmented reality, autonomous capability, and a wild design. Debuting at the Detroit auto show, the Nissan IMs concept is neither a sedan nor a crossover, although Nissan says it's closer to the former. Nissan calls it an "elevated sports sedan." It has unusual proportions, and since there is no B-pillar, it has reverse-opening rear doors that make it easier to enter. The flush lighting, invisible door handles, and wing cameras replacing traditional outside mirrors contribute to a low drag coefficient.

(Click the "CC" button in the right-hand lower corner of the video to switch on closed captions in English or Japanese.) Nissan today unveiled the all-new

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We guess that the IMQ will be based on the same platform as the IMS and will get a similar 115 kWh battery, which in the case of IMS translated into a range of up to 380 miles (611 km). A dual motor all-wheel drive system is expected to provide up to 360 kW of power and 800 Nm of torque.

Of course, European consumers will also get a chance to see the new 62 kWh Nissan LEAF e+ in Geneva.


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