The Nissan IMs (intelligent mobility ) concept, with its revolutionary new proportions and stretched interior space, including a unique “Premier Seat” 2 + 1 + 2 seating architecture – is designed to create an entirely new vehicle segment, the elevated sports sedan.
The pure electric all-wheel drive concept vehicle with full autonomous drive capability made its world debut this week at the 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Denis Le Vot, senior vice president of Nissan North America, says this bold Nissan IMs concept represents the birth of an entirely new segment of vehicle - "an elevated, electrified sports sedan".
"It makes sense the first automaker to bring the world a mass-market EV would bring you the future of the electric high-performance sports sedan.”
Le Vot also announced that following last week’s debut of the longer range 2019 Nissan LEAF e+ at the Consumer Electronics Show, Nissan will launch an additional seven electric vehicles by 2022.