Nissan’s SUV concept uses a fingerprint reader to unlock doors
Nissan has debuted its six-passenger, three-row Xmotion (pronounced “cross motion”) SUV concept at the 2018 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS 2018) in Detroit. The vehicle uses a fingerprint reader instead of a key fob to unlock the doors.
The interior design incorporates advanced graphic user interfaces and autonomous driving technologies. The displays and infotainment system can be controlled by gestures and eye movements. The infotainment system is compatible with both Android Auto and Apple’s Car Play setups.
The interior includes a total of seven digital screen portions. Three main displays and left and right end displays span the width of the instrument panel. There’s also a “digital room mirror” in the ceiling and a center console display.
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