Nissan Nismo Smartwatch Connects Driver to The Car

Nissan has released Nismo Smartwatch concept that will be the world’s first smartwatch to connect a driver to the car and provide them with real time biometric data. This is the first step from Nissan to enter the world of wearable technology and epitomizes its “fan first” approach to performance. What does Nismo do for drivers? Well, it monitors efficiency of vehicle with average speed and fuel consumption readings, accesses vehicle performance data while on track, captures biometric data through a heart rate monitor, connects the car to the smartphone app via Bluebooth, receives car messages from Nissan.

Wearable technology is becoming the next big thing, Gareth Dunsmore, Marketing Communications General Manager, explains that Nissan wants to take advantage innovative technology to make Nismo brand more accessible. The usage of latest biometric training technologies help improve performance of Nissan Nismo Athletes and enhance your driving experience with Nismo ownership.

From : Nissan

Nissan Nismo Smartwatch

Nissan Nismo Smartwatch

This sleek and stylish watch was inspired by Nismo ring and as you can see here, it reflects futuristic and ergonomic design. Nismo Smartwatch will be available in 3 colors: black, white, and black&red (just like the image here). The user interface is pretty simple, it can be controlled using 2 buttons, wear this watch using snap-fit mechanism. This watch will use a lithium battery and rechargeable using micro USB.

Nissan Nismo Smartwatch

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2 thoughts on “Nissan Nismo Smartwatch Connects Driver to The Car

  1. Lisc watch for use by Public & omit automotive section or Lisc for use by Toyota, Benz, Porsche, GM, Ford alone for theyre car line
    Make apply to Nissan car line.
    & sell as part of car or separate sale for non car buyers.
    Huge market for maybe, OK Nissan

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