Nissan at CES 2019: Visitors react to Invisible-to-Visible

Nissan at CES 2019: Visitors react to Invisible-to-Visible

At CES 2019, Nissan demonstrated its advanced research called Invisible-to-Visible, a future vision for vehicles that helps drivers “see the invisible” by merging both real and virtual worlds, creating the ultimate connected-car experience.

Visitors we spoke to at CES 2019, gave us their thoughts on the future technology and the possibilities for their driving experience at Nissan’s display.

Nissan is also showing a near-future concept, the IMx Kuro and the world’s best-selling electric vehicle, the Nissan LEAF.

Nissan is working to develop the future of technology and showing what technology can do for mobility.

Follow Nissan’s global CES newsroom at and social media channels for the latest news at CES 2019. Come visit the Nissan’s booth #6906 at the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). #Nissan #CES2019

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