2003 Nissan Serenity Concept
A fusion of sport sedan and MPV – Nissan’s proposal for a next-generation multipurpose saloon
-With a Japanese DNA design theme, Serenity projects a refined tranquility characteristic of Japanese culture. For example, side windows have a distinctive shape reminiscent of a folding fan and the front mask suggests Kabuki facial make-up. The interior is inspired by Japanese elements such as ink paintings, cherry blossoms and wave-like patterns.
-Ergonomically designed, stress-free seats provide comfortable interior roominess. Based on the concept of neutral posture, the seats recline to disperse a seated occupant’s body pressure so as to avoid putting any strain on the lower back.
-Human-machine interfaces (HMI) and cutting-edge Information Technologies include the magical 4 HMI concept that facilitates stress-free, centralised control and the Horizontal Meter Unit for optimal and timely presentation of information to the driver.