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2017 Nissan Kicks - INTERIOR
Interior The roomy cabin is notable for its elegant simplicity and especially its clean and uncluttered dashboard, the latest iteration of Nissan's Gliding Wing design. The driver faces an easy-to-read digital display for the essential functions, with a fully integrated audio system centrally mounted in the soft-touch dashboard, with stitching where the lower and facing surfaces meet. The use of high quality materials is widespread, with points of interaction, such as the interior door handles, arm rests and gear selector covered in soft-touch polished matt chrome finish. Similarly, the vents and climate controls are finished in the same finish, and the central screen is framed in a chrome surround. The overall impression is an interior of high quality. Depending on the version, the digital display houses either twin circular dials for the tachometer and speedometer which sandwich a fixed display giving information on distance travelled, fuel economy, cruise control settings or, in top grade versions, a single dial for the speedometer flanked by a full color seven-inch TFT information display. This can also show a tachometer, but using steering wheel mounted controls, the driver can scroll through a wide variety of displays including the drive computer, audio settings and detailed fuel economy readings. It also gives access to settings for chassis control and driver aids. When satellite navigation is fitted, the display can also show dynamic turn-by-turn instructions or a compass. These top grade models replace the centrally mounted push button audio with a full color screen housing a comprehensive infotainment system with audio, satellite navigation and full smartphone integration as well as giving on the move access to other features including Facebook, Google Online Search, Twitter and Trip Advisor. The screen is also used by the reversing camera and/or Around View Monitor where fitted. Below this display are controls for the heating and ventilation system, which features either manual air conditioning or climate control depending on the model. A great deal of attention to detail has gone into the steering wheel which has a new ergonomically designed grip section allowing the driver's grasp to be naturally tight. It has a sporting flat bottom with a matt chrome finisher for a quality appearance. The central spokes house controls for the audio and phone systems and driver information displays. The cabin is tastefully finished with contrasting inserts on the doors and dashboard that match the seat fabric. The seats themselves feature new generation zero gravity frames providing better support the thorax and pelvis areas for enhanced comfort, reduced fatigue and greater safety. Thanks in part to the generous 2,610mm wheelbase, rear knee and headroom is among the best in class, while the cabin has ample storage space, with a lidded glovebox, deep door pockets, and drinks holders and cubby holes in the center console. Luggage space is also generous, and at 383 liters is almost as large as cars in the class above. Clever features include a folding parcel shelf with a hinged section with an opening (160m) large enough to allow items to be "posted" into the load area from the back seat or making it possible to access the contents of a cool box or picnic hamper from the cabin rather than from the rear of the car. Another clever detail is that the parcel shelf can be neatly stowed flush with the rear seat back if greater height is needed in the trunk, rather than having to be stowed on the boot floor or left behind at the start of a journey. The load area is also highly practical with shopping hooks on both sides, capable of holding up to 3.3 kgs each. "The exterior design positions Kicks as a compact, robust car for demanding urban conditions," said Shiro Nakamura, corporate vice president, Design and Nissan's Chief Creative Officer. "With the characteristic V-motion grille, floating roof and boomerang shape light signatures, Kicks joins our global line up of crossovers that combine robust, emotional and dynamic design, with outstanding interior quality, space and functionality to offer customers a refreshing alternative to the norm." Read More ever-been-so-attractive New 2016 "SUBSCRIBE NOW"

1992 Nissan Figaro Show Car (USA Import) Japan Auction Purchase Review
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Nissan Electric Car Nissan BladeGlider Interior Sports Car Concept Commercial CARJAM TV 2014
Nissan Electric Car Nissan BladeGlider Interior Sports Car Concept Commercial Watch in UltraHD + SUBSCRIBE #CARJAMTV CARJAM TV - Subscribe Here Now Like Us Now On Facebook: For The World's Best Car Videos Website: CARJAM TV: WORLD’S BEST CAR VIDEOS Tumblr: More than a concept, Nissan BladeGlider is both a proposal for the future direction of Nissan electric vehicle (EV) development and an exploratory prototype of an upcoming production vehicle from the world's leading EV manufacturer. BladeGlider was developed with form following function. Nissan crafted the vehicle's unique architecture to give the driver and passengers "sustainable exhilaration" - a fresh electric vehicle driving experience based on peerless technology and exotic styling. Targeting the visionary individual seeking visceral driving and sustainability, BladeGlider goes beyond sheer power and acceleration to send the heart soaring into new realms of smooth "gliding" pleasure. It is a physical demonstration of the innovation and excitement of the Nissan brand and Nissan's Zero Emissions Mobility leadership. BladeGlider's pioneering spirit distinguishes it from anything yet envisioned for EVs and destines it to rule the roads of the not-so-distant future. Re-inventing the Performance Car - A Game Changer Designed from Scratch A clean slate was the starting point for this project, led by Francois Bancon, division general manager of Product Strategy and Product Planning at Nissan. "The goal was to revolutionise the architecture of the vehicle to provoke new emotions, provide new value and make visible for consumers how Zero Emissions can help redefine our conception of vehicle basics," said Bancon. BladeGlider's shape alone, with its narrow front track, challenges the orthodoxy that has dominated the roads since the earliest days of the internal combustion engine. The revolutionary nature of the car is more than skin deep. New possibilities for the designers and engineers were opened up by the unique characteristics of electric vehicles. BladeGlider has its conceptual roots in two aerial images: the soaring, silent, panoramic freedom of a glider and the triangular shape of a high performance "swept wing" aircraft. It is therefore fitting that, in terms of engineering, BladeGlider's developmental focus was aerodynamics: achieving low drag (cdA) while generating road-hugging downforce. Disruptive and challenging to the status quo, BladeGlider shares sustainable engineering values with both Nissan LEAF - the best-selling EV in history ─and the Nissan ZEOD RC (Zero Emission On Demand Racing Car), which will make its debut at next year's Le Mans 24 Hour race. A Provocative Shift in the Engineering Paradigm With its narrow, 1.0 metre lightweight front track and wide, stable rear track, BladeGlider looks as if it could have sprung from a "skunk works" project. But the radical architecture all boils down to aerodynamics and balance. Having the front wheels close together reduces drag and enhances manoeuvrability for high-G cornering power, assisted by its 30/70 front/rear weight distribution ratio. Aerodynamic downforce is created by the highly rigid yet lightweight carbon-fibre underbody, hence the lack of drag-inducing wings. When BladeGlider matures into a production car, it could be Nissan's first use of in-wheel motors. The in-wheel motors provide rear-wheel propulsion with independent motor management, while also contributing to freedom of upper body design and space-efficient packaging. To power the electric motors, BladeGlider employs Nissan's innovative lithium-ion battery technology, proven in Nissan LEAF. Battery modules are mounted low and towards the rear to enhance stability and handling. Revolutionary Breakthrough in High-Performance Design BladeGlider embodies a fearless vision of the EV future. Its tightly streamlined deltoid body comprises a tough and structurally optimised chassis wrapped in ultra-lightweight, yet strong and stiff, carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) finished in a pearlescent white colour that evokes the pristine freedom of a glider. The racing-inspired exterior features a sculpted contour that is both functional and breathtakingly beautiful. Starting from the low, flat and narrow nose, the body line rises gracefully to the cockpit canopy and then curves forcefully back over the large rear wheels, evoking a sense of dynamic movement even when the vehicle is standing still. "BladeGlider was conceived around delivering a glider-like exhilaration that echoes its lightweight, downsized hyper-efficient aerodynamic form," said Shiro Nakamura, Nissan's senior vice president and chief creative officer.