Nissan has given us a preview of the interior of its upcoming Forum Concept car, scheduled to be displayed at next month’s Detroit Auto Show. The design focus for developers was to create a concept that explored the next-generation of family transportation but in a cool way instead of heading down the boring Minivan path.
Some of the features of the interior include a Bose stereo system, camera monitoring systems and a proximity sensor-based interface. The exterior of the car will feature distinctive styling and design innovations such as a trackless sliding door and a pillar-less glasshouse. You can see a sketch of the car in our previous story by clicking here.
The concept was created by Nissan Design America with designers based in both California and Michigan working on the project.