Nissan Sway Brings Handsome Design to the Microcar Lineup
Filed under "Things That Won't Make Production" are the Sway's suicide doors and lack of a B-pillar. Nissan says the interior, which can easily be seen through an enormous panoramic roof, was inspired by the IDx Concept it first brought to Tokyo back in 2013 (Sigh ... the IDx ...). Again, the thing it most likely has in common? It won't realistically make it into consumer's cars.
The seats are suede-like-material-covered aluminum, there's an enormous touchscreen incorporated into the dash, only two dials, and even a few of the switches in the center module look almost aircraft-like. There are even a couple hints that remind you of a McLaren of Lamborghini in there (let's hear it, I can see the name-calling a mile away). For a miniature car, it'd be one hell of a great interior, and that's exactly why it's just a design exercise.
Because it's just for fun, there's no drivetrain information whatsoever. Hopefully, after this car translates into the Micra overseas, some of this design will trickle to the Versa and the Note.
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