The Nissan Teatro for Dayz will be one of the car’s on display at the Japanese car maker’s stand at the 2015 Tokyo motor show.
In Japan, younger people aren’t growing up with the same passion and desire for cars that previous generations did. The Nissan Teatro for Dayz is a concept that the company claims is targeted at the current generation of early teenagers who will be of driving age in a few years.
Nissan terms these children “share natives”, as they’ve grown up in a digital world. The concept’s interior is a digital blank canvas that can be customised to suit the moods and desires of its passengers.
The car’s dashboard, steering wheel, both the front and rear bench seats, door panels, and a U-shaped board on the front seat back feature a smooth white finish and can be configured to display any number of patterns and designs. Click here to see more photos of the Teatro for Dayz’ customisable interior.
Nissan says that the Teatro for Dayz also has “features that enable share natives to create and share experiences immediately with friends both onboard and online”.
The Teatro is said to use a version of Nissan’s EV drivetrain, although the company has yet to provide specifics. The concept features a external charge meter on its doors.
Teatro is Italian for theatre, while Dayz component is a nod to the company’s main kei car offering. The Dayz is joint development with Mitsubishi, with the three diamond brand producing both the Nissan Dayz and Mitsubishi eK range at one of its Japanese factories.