The Japanese Nissan introduced the Detroit IMS auto show, which created a literally new class of cars, called the "elevated sports sedan".
The idea is to combine a shielding car with a graceful traditional sedan shape with four doors and an electric car version.
"Sports" has an electric motor with 490 hp and 800 Nm of torque delivered to both shafts.
115 kWh battery, at least according to Nissan's statement, should provide 615 kilometers of autonomy. In terms of the look of the car itself, the IP is futuristic, but the design is very characteristic of sedans.
In addition to the standard high-tech equipment at the center of attention, the steering wheel can be pulled from the control panel when the driver selects an autonomous drive system.