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NISSAN'S next generation SUVs will have world-leading mind-reading technology - and supercar power.

The IMx Kuro will be able to see inside your head and predict what you're going to do next.


 Nissan IMx Kuro features mind-reading technology>>
Nissan IMx Kuro features mind-reading technology

If it thinks you're about to steer or hit the pedals, it can start the action for you to make driving even easier.

The brain-to-vehicle system will be able to react up to half a second quicker than humans, claim Nissan.

And if the brainwave tech can sense you're unhappy or uncomfortable it'll change the on-board settings to boost your mood.

The IMx Kuro, which previews a new Nissan Leaf-based SUV, will have more power than a 196mph Nissan GT-R.

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Nissan's brain-to-vehicle tech will help car start steering or accelerating as you think it

The next-generation electric engine will have a 373-mile range with the 320kW high-capacity battery producing power to beat the GT-R off the line.

The concept, revealed at the Geneva Motor Show, also features Nissan's advanced ProPILOT system.

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Steering wheel is stored in dash when you activate driverless mode

This will offer a driverless and manual mode with the steering wheel folding into the dashboard and seats reclining when you hand over control to the computer.

A production version of a IMx Kuro could be on sale by 2022 as Nissan lines up a range of new electric crossovers.

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Brainwave tech could come to cars within five years

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Jose Munoz, Nissan's chief performance officer, said: "The IMx KURO zero-emission crossover concept vehicle embodies the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility

"Nissan Intelligent Mobility is Nissan’s commitment to changing the way people and cars communicate, as well as how cars interact with society in the near future and beyond."

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Source : https://www.thesun.co.uk/motors/5736400/nissans-mind-reading-imx-kuro-electric-suv-with-more-power-than-a-supercar-and-it-could-be-on-sale-in-five-years/

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