Nissan at CES: Giving us a glimpse into the future

January 8, 2020

At the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd shows us the future of automotive technology as it serves up a feature-packed booth at the trade show.

Taking centerstage is the Nissan Ariya Concept, which debuted last year at the Tokyo Motor Show. The all-electric crossover not only gives us a peek into the future of Nissan’s design but likewise shows off what the Japanese brand has in store for autonomous mobility.

This can be seen via Nissan Intelligent Mobility, specifically the ProPilot 2.0. This essentially helps better the way we drive, how vehicles are powered, and how they interact with others on the road.

Speaking of zero-emissions motoring, Nissan also showed off its Zero Emissions Ice Cream Truck. Yes, the ice cream truck runs on an electric motor that is powered by a 40kWh lithium ion battery. This means you can have you ice cream and feel less guilty about doing so since you don’t pollute the air while doing so.

The only thing you need to be concerned about is your calorie count.

But seriously, Nissan also shows us how serious it is about going green via the Nissan Formula E race car, along with the LEAF e+. The former even allows you to experience electric car racing, albeit virtually. The latter, on the other hand, showcases the LEAF in a more potent form.

And just for kicks, Nissan gives us the ProPilot golf ball. You read that right: this golf ball is equipped with the brand’s very own ProPilot technology, which ensures you’ll always find the hole for that perfect putt.

Experience Nissan at the Consumer Electronics Show 2020 in Las Vegas from January 7-10, 2020.

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Mr. Gerard Jude Castillo
Gerard has been a self-confessed car nut ever since he was a little boy. As a grown-up, he indulges in his passion by collecting toy cars (which he started since childhood) and reading up on the latest cars out there.  As Associate Editor, he will ensure that you get your fill of the latest cars in the market, as well as a load of automotive features.