Yet another zero-emission, autonomous concept… yawn.
Japanese marque Nissan have begun teasing a concept car they’re bringing to Geneva, dubbed the IMQ. The IMQ is the third ‘IM’ concept from the brand, and continues to serve as a display of Nissan’s intent insofar as zero-emissions autonomous motoring is concerned.
What’s obvious here is that the IMQ will not be hiding back punches in the styling department, with plenty of creases & angles on every possible panel. There are also thin taillights with an inverted-C shape, as well as a cool roof spoiler. What’s also obvious here is that the IMQ is a crossover or SUV, as evident by the generous ground clearance illustrated in this sole image.
The IMQ is expected to sit on the same electric skateboard chassis as the IMs & IMx, meaning an output of about 300kW and 800Nm from its electric motors, fed by a 115kWh battery. In that format, the IMQ should have a range of about 600km. Additionally, the IM concepts have always had an autonomous flavour to them, so expect to see the latest iteration of a lounge-like cabin with retractable driving controls.