Automotive Engineering Exposition 2019: Exhibits by Toyota and Nissan

Toyota's CASE related technologies, Nissan's ProPilot 2.0 and 62kWh lithium-ion battery



 This report describes the exhibits of Toyota and Nissan at the Automotive Engineering Exhibition 2019 held in May 2019 at the Pacifico Yokohama convention center.

The “Toyota Concept-i” displayed at the center of the Toyota booth

 Toyota is promoting automated driving and EVs, and aims to ensure that “cars will continue to be loved, even in a future where driving has been automated”. At the center of the booth, Toyota displayed its "Toyota Concept i", which clearly expressed this Toyota concept.

 Toyota used parts displays and panels to surround the Concept-i exhibit to describe the wide variety of CASE related technologies that it is developing such as those related to electrification, connected, autonomous driving, and safety.

 Nissan exhibited its ProPilot 2.0 system, the all-new Dayz mini-vehicle, the VC-Turbo engine, and a newly developed lithium-ion battery with an energy storage capacity of 62 kWh. Nissan demonstrated that it aims to achieve steady growth in the future centered on its Nissan Intelligent Mobility management policy, and introduced a number of new products and technologies.

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Nissan LEAF Teardown: Lithium-ion battery pack structure(December 2018)
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