The Nissan stall is luring the audience at the Geneva Motor Show 2019 with the IMQ crossover concept. Under Nissan's Intelligent Mobility campaign, the IMQ is the third concept to bear the ‘IM’ initials. The 330bhp/526Nm producing electric motor sends power to all four wheels.
Based on what can be seen, the IMQ concept gets Nissan's "V-Motion" grille. The boomerang-shaped taillight design adds to its overall aesthetics. The lower body cladding is made up of black ridges called lamellas (traditional Japanese design). The concept vehicle gets cameras in place of rearview mirrors and large 22-inch wheels.
As for the interior, the Nissan IMQ concept gets a massive 33-inch screen in the instrument panel that provides information on the car's functions, while a smaller screen on the second stack is said to host the IMQ Virtual Personal Assistant. The company claims that the system will respond to driver requests to control car functions like navigation, which works in the form of voice-recognition software.