Nissan will open an interactive venue near its global headquarters to let people experience the company’s products, technology, and its vision for the future of mobility. Unveiling early next year in Yokohama, Nissan Pavilion will be a new destination both for locals and visitors to Japan.
In addition to showcasing Nissan’s products, technology, and legacy, the pavilion will also host global new-vehicle launch updates. “With the eyes of the world turning to Japan next summer, we have a can’t-miss opportunity to share our company’s vision,” said Asako Hoshino, executive Vice President at Nissan. “The Nissan Pavilion will show how Nissan’s focus on technology and innovation is energizing human potential to create a better world.”
The Nissan Pavilion will actively showcase the progress and vision of NIM (Nissan Intelligent Mobility).
The Pavilion is to be built a short distance away from Nissan’s headquarters, and is part of the company’s partnership with the city of Yokohama. It will show how Nissan envisions the future of the city with both entities working in synergy.
Spread over 10,000 sqm, it will feature technologies like Nissan ProPILOT driver assistance system, Invisible-to-Visible (I2V) connected car experiences, and Nissan Energy solutions enabling EV customers to better harness electricity. Together, these advancements will demonstrate to visitors the benefits of NIM (Nissan Intelligent Mobility). NIM is the company’s vision for changing how cars are powered, driven, and connected with society.
The Nissan Pavilion is planned as a temporary experience for four months of 2020. It joins Nissan’s permanent experience centres of Nissan Gallery, Yokohama, and Nissan Crossing in Ginza district, Tokyo.