Nissan’s spot in the electric vehicle (EV) area has not only been carved out; it’s also been quite popular. This is largely thanks to the critical and financial success brought on by the Nissan Leaf. While this EV has done extremely well in its own right, it’s not going to be the car manufacturer’s last foray into the space.

Nissan is taking the concept of the EV to a whole new level for themselves.

At this year’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit, MI, Nissan revealed their newest EV, a luxury sedan that will most likely compete with luxury car manufacturer Tesla.

This makes it the third time that Nissan has announced a new EV at this particular auto show.

The Nissan Vmotion was revealed back in 2017, while the Nissan Xmotion was revealed in 2018.

 

This EV: the Nissan IMs is specifically described as, “an elevated sports sedan”. But it’s also been said to be a nice mix of a crossover and a sedan. It has all-wheel-drive to make the driving experience fast yet smooth.

The IMs’ battery is under the vehicle’s body to keep the center of gravity low. There’s also two electric motors; one at the front and rear. The quick charging battery generates exactly 483 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque.

Nissan insists that their newest EV will be able to travel up to 380 miles on a single charge using the 115 kilowatt hour (kWh) Battery. Nissan also hinted at the possibility of autonomous driving capabilities.

 

 

All of these details regarding the Nissan IMs is certainly exciting. If you are in the market for a Nissan EV you want to wait for this new offering. Granted, it’s still not going to be available for customers to buy for quite some time.

Until it’s out for sale, all we can do is gaze in awe with Nissan’s newest EV addition.

Source: The Verge

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