Reported by online automotive magazine, Motor Trend, and on show at the Geneva Motor Show, 2001, the car is described as “a living room on wheels.” The vehicle sports built-in entertainment, video-game controls, electronic monitoring, computer adjustable seats and more. A pair of G4 Cubes runs the gadgetry.
Nissan says it has designed the car to be more than just basic transportation, but also to be an extension of the driver’s “social gathering space.” The Chappo also offers other features built on Apple’s and Nissan’s technologies.
For more info and a photo of the Chappo, check out the
Motor Trend report
on the Geneva Motor Show. The site also has QuickTime videos that offer an “insider’s look at the exotic show,” with guided tour of specific vehicles.