Nissan unveiles its “Car of Future” concept car at CES, which it describes as “an innovative solution for people who are bored and need something a little more fun.”
The concept car was built with “tweaks that can’t be duplicated in today’s cars,” but its designers are aiming to make it a more affordable alternative.
The design is inspired by a Nissan LEAF and its ability to make 360-degree turns, which the company calls “totally unexpected.”
The vehicle, which is currently on display at the North American International Auto Show, is equipped with an array of gadgets like a 360-degrees-view camera, a Bluetooth speaker, and a heart rate monitor.
It will be available on August 24th for $30,000.