The SUV model is a three-row, six-seater with seven digital screens in its cabin, including one that spans the width of the dashboard, so also serves to demonstrate Nissan's expectations for future cabin technology.
Both the exterior and interior represent marked steps away from Nissan's current range, including the just launched 2018 Leaf. The Xmotion's cabin is said to mix traditional Japanese design with technology of the future.
Nissan's new, futuristic look coincides with its push for next-generation driverless technology. The brand has ramped up investment in autonomous technology since it revealed its Intelligent Mobility plans in 2016. It recently revealed that it has sold 75,000 cars with its Propilot technology.