Nissan IMQ crossover idea factors to subsequent Qashqai

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Flared arches and outstanding spoiler preview a sporty SUV
Design sketch hints at Qashqai-sized, performance-inspired future manufacturing mannequin

Nissan will reveal the all-new IMQ idea at subsequent week’s Geneva motor present, believed to preview a future C-segment, Qashqai-sized SUV. 

The corporate has solely launched a design sketch of the IMQ at this stage, which reveals that it’ll function a raised trip peak, performance-inspired styling and take the type of a crossover-coupé in the identical vein because the just lately revealed Cupra Formentor. 

As with most automotive design research, the IMQ’s exaggerated proportions clearly mark it out as an idea. Giant wheels, ultra-thin tyres and a slim window aperture are styling traits that may doubtless be toned down for any future manufacturing mannequin based mostly on the IMQ. 

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The mannequin’s sweeping roofline, prolonged rear spoiler and angular wheel design trace at a performance-oriented design, implying that the idea may take the type of a ‘scorching crossover’ just like the agency’s Juke Nismo. 

Particulars regarding the IMQ’s powertrain and dimensions are scarce, however Nissan says the mannequin “embodies the way forward for Nissan Clever Mobility and offers a sneak peek as to what is perhaps in your future driveway.” 

Nissan’s Clever Mobility division is chargeable for the event of latest autonomous expertise. 

January’s Shopper Electronics Present in Las Vegas noticed the sub-brand show its new ‘Invisible-to-Seen’ expertise, permitting drivers to see potential hazards round corners.

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