By Lynn Palec, | January 11, 2017

Nissan said that the Vmotion 2.0 concept is a self-driving technology. (YouTube)

Nissan said that the Vmotion 2.0 concept is a self-driving technology. (YouTube)

Japanese automaker Nissan has announced its newest design concept called Vmotion 2.0 at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show. The new concept packs autonomous technology, as well as several modern design cues.

Nissan said that the Vmotion 2.0 concept is a self-driving technology. At the heart of Vmotion 2.0 is Nissan's next-generation of ProPilot, a technology that allows cars to have self-driving capabilities not just on freeways, but also in intersections and urban areas. Vmotion is not an entirely new design. Nissan first revealed it with the 20214 Sports Sedan Concept, according to Auto Blog.

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Right in front of the car is Nissan's signature Vmotion grill design. However, instead of just being confined to the nose of the car, Vmotion 2.0 stretches all the way to cover the enter length of the car, according to The Verge

In the interior, Vmotion 2.0 sports patterned leather seats which also houses the Bose stereo system. The car has a Zebra Wood floor, and a steering wheel with its top part taken off. The steering wheel's design allows the driver to have an unimpeded view of the panoramic display located on top of the instrument panel.

The Vmotion 2.0 sports a rear suicide door setup. This setup gives the cabin an airy and specious feel. However, some motoring experts are doubtful about whether this specific design cue will make it past the design room and into the real world.

Nissan is yet to confirm the official under-the-hood specs of the Vmotion concept car. Although there is some skepticism about whether Nissan can pull it off and release a road-worthy car sporting all the design it has unveiled. Despite this cynicism, some experts have noted that Nissan will be using Vmotion designs to some of its next-generation vehicles.

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