Nissan gives no information on when, or if, any of the concept’s design features will arrive. However, the car roughly is the same length as the Altima midsize sedan, which is due to be redesigned next year.
The Japanese automaker also is showing at CES what it says is more accurate in-vehicle voice control, 3D images on a concept display and a virtual-reality headset in combination with a DreamWorks film.
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