Nissan’s Friend-ME Concept Car Brings Infotainment To A Focus
The Chinese automobile market is expected to triple by the end of the decade and Nissan is going to occupy the niche by developing a hybrid car concept with a cool design that enables its passengers to share smartphone-sourced content. It is a low-riding four person sedan with curved lighting front and back, as well as an angular-shaped grill that flows into the bonnet. Each of the seats is physically separate from one another, but connected via a screen visibile to each passenger. These screens can be used to view journey-specific information, like speed, acceleration, etc, as well as share the latest videos from YouTube with other people in the car. The engine will most likely be a hybrid with enough power to ensure a comfortable city driving.