Three driving modes are designed to make driving particularly comfortable. Depending on the traffic situation, you can choose between Eco, Standard or Sport mode. In addition, the Nissan Sakura will have the vehicle-to-load function. This means that it can store electricity and use it to supply external sources. Regenerative braking can generate electricity while driving and the battery can be recharged.
As an interesting gag, Nissan offers test drives from the sofa. Virtual drives can be made in the Nissan Metaverse (Nissan Sakura Driving Island). The cars can be found in the real world in city traffic from summer 2022 — but only in Japan for the time being.