At first glance, the all-new Nissan Armada looks like it’s just luxury SUV – a beautiful, unique luxury SUV, but “luxury” is the first impression it leaves all the same. But the 2017 Armada isn’t just about impressive comfort and convenience (though thanks to specialty features like a built-in cool box, accessible by both the front and rear seats, it is totally comfortable and totally convenient). This Armada is all about durability.
The all-new Nissan Armada stresses the union of off-road, rugged capability and premium luxury features for an unparalleled driving experience every time you get behind the wheel.
The original Nissan Armada was developed from Nissan’s full-size pick-up, the Titan, so it has power in its roots. It also features a 390-horsepower 5.6-liter Endurance V8 with a seven-speed automatic transmission as well as a full suite of safety and security components, like Predictive Forward Collision Warning and Backup Collision Intervention.
If you want the best of the best out on roadways, the 2017 Nissan Armada is the SUV for you.
Nissan was so impressed with its own innovation, their super-intuitive Intelligent Park Assist system, they began to wonder what else they could invent to park itself besides the good ol’ automobile. Thus, Nissan’s self-parking chair was born.
Nissan’s self-parking chair is more of an exciting innovation in the realm of office organization than in the realm of sitting. With one simple clap, every self-park-equipped chair in the room turns itself to face its desk or table of origin and tucks itself it. Say so-long to tripping over chair legs and shimmying through a sea of seats.
The technology was adapted directly from the European model of the X-Trail Hybrid. It combines a sensor in the chair and information gathered from four strategically-placed cameras in the room. The cameras generate a clear birds-eye map of the room, which is then transmitted to the chair, giving it the easiest path to its final park position.
Is this the technological revolution we’ve been waiting for? The biggest innovation to come to sitting since the lever-activated recliner? We think it just might be.