Japanese automaker Nissan has just unveiled an autonomous all-electric crossover, the IMx, at the Tokyo Motor Show.

Shaped in low-profile crossover SUV form, it runs on two “high output electric” motors for all-wheel-drive. Nissan claims a combined output of 320-kW, 516-pound-feet of torque, and a higher capacity battery offering a 372-mile range on a single charge. The IMx can switch between autonomous and manual driving modes, with a ProPILOT drive mode that allows both the steering wheel and seats to recline for driver comfort and to encourage interaction amongst riders.

As for its body, it features plenty of curves with aerodynamic function, a slopping boxy front hood, no B pillar, high wheel arches, and a V-motion grille. Also, strips along its grille, hood, and roof illuminate flash in light blue tones when activating ProPILOT drive mode, the brand’s driver assistance suite. This helps indicate to passersby and nearby drivers the state of the vehicle.

The IMx also features a revamped technology suite, highlighting various aspects of its “Intelligent Mobility” initiative. These include hands-free driving and eye, and hand-gesture controlled infotainment, Other advancements in its minimalist cabin include 360-degree vision made possible using sensors, partially 3D-printed, “floating” bucket seats, a dashboard-wrapped panoramic OLED instrument panel, and Japanese-inspired styling cues. These touches comprise of layered interlocking polygonal patterns on the hood and seating inspired by kumiki, a Japanese wooden puzzle.