Making a world debut at the 2019 North American International Auto Show is the Nissan IMs EV concept, an electric sedan whose back seat has an uplifted “premier seat” in what Nissan calls a “2+1+2-seat” architecture. It’s the new “elevated sports sedan” segment envisioned by Nissan designers.
The Nissan IMs EV is an all-wheel drive, battery-electric, autonomous-drive sedan. It enters the 2019 Detroit show as a showcase of the Japanese automaker’s plans for electrification going forward. Nissan hopes to build on the world’s first mass-market EV, the LEAF, with a series of new electric vehicles based on concepts like the IMs EV Sports Sedan. The company plans an additional seven new electric vehicle launches by 2022.
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