Nissan Intelligent Mobility Debuted their sports sedan at the North American International Auto Show

Nissan's Intelligent Mobility sports sedan begins a transition to the future autonomous driving experience.

At the North American International Auto Show, Nissan revealed its Nissan Intelligent Mobility (IM) sports sedan.

Nissan IM Sport Sedan Front Seats

In many ways, Nissan's electric vehicle (EV) platform follows a trend seen at recent car shows. Vehicle manufacturers have begun debuting EV platforms focused on improved performance, better battery life and improved visual design.

The Nissan IM sport sedan's interior will be what catches your attention.

Nissan IM Sport Sedan Front Cabin

Designed partly like the deck of a futuristic command module, Nissan has begun shifting focus on the autonomous driving experience.

Sure, there's the vehicle's electric powertrain consists of dual electric motors (front and rear) generates 483 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque and a 115-kWh battery provides an estimated range of 380 miles on a single charge.

Get inside, and your world transform.

Nissan IM Sports Sedan Steering Wheel and Instrument Cluster

From a near pillar-to-pillar display, with separate infotainment screens for both the driver and passenger, to its unique "Premier Seat" design in the back seat, Nissan obvious envisioned an interior cabin more akin to a small meeting room than the traditional automobile.

The Kumiko structure on the instrument panel, created by 3D printing technology, takes up little space and is extremely lightweight, helping keep the car's curb weight to a minimum. The driver display features a floating clear screen with dual layers.

More importantly to Nissan, the concept represents the next iteration in the evolution of autonomous vehicles and the future driver's experience.