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Nissan previews the future in Tokyo

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Nissan has released an overview of its exhibit at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show, which will be held at Tokyo Big Sight from October 30 to November 8.

Among the exhibits will be Teatro for Dayz, which has been described by the brand as an innovative car that signals a new direction in mobile technology, designed especially for the digital native generation.

Nissan describes the generation that went straight from the cradle to digital technology as “share natives” – in other words, modern motorists. This generation will reach driving age in a few years, but has shown little interest in cars so far.

Asking the question: “what kind of cars will share natives drive?” Nissan came up with one answer – the Teatro for Dayz.

Its name is drawn from the Italian word for “theater” and a Nissan minicar. As well as boasting a futuristic design, the box-shaped concept is packed with gadgets that enable modern motorists to create and share experiences immediately with friends both onboard and online.

Designed as a “clean canvas” the Teatro for Dayz is finished in a smooth white interior that allows the instrument panel, seats and even door trim to serve as a clean, bold, blank canvas.

Built on Japanese carmaker’s EV technology, the concept is as much a giant mobile battery as four-wheel transportation.

A total of 20 vehicles will be on display, including the X-Trail Hybrid Mode Premier and Juke 16GT Four Personalization models, as well as the Skyline 350GT Hybrid Type-SP Cool Exclusive, Fuga 370GT Type-S Cool Exclusive and Serena Highway Star V Selection.


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