Xmotion Concept of Nissan Swaps Key Fobs for Fingerprints


The eye toward the future of Infiniti has manifested itself with the Xmotion (pronounced as “Crossmotion;” which is a crossover SUV). The suicide-door clad ride features hand and eye motion sensors for its generous door-to-door digital dashboard, infotainment system, and climate controls. The latter is compatible with both the Car Play of Apple and Android Auto setups, as well as a surround sound for its 4+2 seating arrangement. During the stage demo, the display of the company showed off driving information and swimming koi.

As far as the power goes, Infiniti is holding power close to the chest aside from saying that it has an Intelligent All-Wheel-Drive system. More than that, the car also makes use of a fingerprint reader instead of a key fob in order to unlock the car doors. The car also utilises the ProPilot driver assist system for its semi-autonomous single lane highway travel.

Nissan is the parent company of Infiniti. It has sold more than 75k semi-autonomous vehicles, stating that the company has more cars on the road compared to any other mass market manufacturer. By 2022, it says that its ProPilot tech will be featured in all of its models.