Nissan said the IMq embodied the future of Intelligent Mobility, which is the name it gives to its strategy of bundling electrification and autonomous technology. No other information was given ahead of the concept’s debut in Geneva on March 5.
Nissan is expected to replace the Qashqai, next year. The company has said it will continue to be built in its factory in Sunderland, England.
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Nissan has said it plans to launch eight new EVs and hit annual sales of 1 million electrified vehicles by 2022.
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