From concept to interior and exterior design, Teatro for Dayz is simple: a clean canvas. When the car is in drive mode, meters, controls and maps appear on a pure white instrument panel. When parked, Teatro for Dayz transforms into an entirely new device. The entire interior, starting with the instrument panel, becomes a live display for a generation wired for connectivity.
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The Tokyo Motor Show is coming up on October 29 and automakers are starting to announce a few concepts they will unveil at the event. Yesterday we covered Mitsubishi’s eX electric vehicle concept, today we take a quick look at Nissan’s Teatro with a gallery of renders. Unfortunately the company didn’t reveal any information about the electric drivetrain of the vehicle, but instead focuses on the user interface of the car.

“Call it a vehicle. Call it a hi-tech device. Call it the lifestyle driver of the future.”

It certainly seems like Nissan is still caught up in the Language of Compromise.

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