Nissan unveiled a stunning new concept car at the Detroit Auto Show on Monday.
Called the Vmotion 2.0, the concept shows off Nissan’s vision for its ProPilot system that makes cars partially self-driving. Nissan’s Serena car in Japan features the ProPilot system, but it will make its way into cars in Europe this year and the next generation Nissan Leaf.
Scroll down for an in-depth look at Nissan’s latest concept car:
Nissan’s concept car highlights the automaker’s vision for self-driving technology as well as its cars’ general design features going forward. Starting with design, the concept comes with the new version of Nissan’s “V” grille design, which now takes up the entire front of the car.
The car comes with a “floating roof,” meaning it flows seamlessly from the A Pillar to the trunk without interruption. The roof also has silver thread accents.
The vehicle’s geometric nature and sharp lines draws from Nissan’s Maxima, though it has a slightly larger wheelbase (112.2 inches, to be exact) to increase the interior space.