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Nissan Creates High-Tech Showroom

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Aug. 19, 2020—With empty showrooms everywhere as communities isolate due to the coronavirus, Nissan crafts a digital experience for car buyers. The Nissan Pavilion, located in Yokohama, Japan, is an interactive entertainment facility that showcases Nissan's latest technology.

The facility which is almost 107,000 square feet, offers a variety of experiential content showcasing Nissan’s features and uses a 4K projection screen, and a vibrating floor with Sony haptics technology, reports The Drum. If that doesn't pique your interest, there is also an interactive cafe located in the facility that has tables capable of displaying nutritional information of any dish placed on them. Still not interested? The cafe is serviced by ProPILOT robot waiters. 

Nissan is hoping its new interactive facility will allow customers to experience how the company envisions the future of mobility.

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