The mobile SUV, developed in the UK in collaboration with the European space Agency, is the smartest pickup of the Nissan brand. Nissan showed off a truly otherworldly Navara Dark Sky concept model at the 2019 Hanover auto show, proving that the sky doesn't have to be the limit at all.
The concept Navara Dark Sky, developed in the UK in collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA), as a mobile astronomical laboratory and equipped with a world-class, professional telescope mounted on a specially built off-road trailer for this purpose. The vehicle, which is the latest incarnation of the Nissan Intelligent Mobility concept, uses an upgraded ProPILOT driver assistance system, thanks to which the pick-up that occurs in the field is safely and without problems dragged by a trailer.
The European space Agency is using the Gaia satellite to develop an unprecedented precision map of the sky. To date, more than a billion stars have been observed. The concept Nissan Navara Dark Sky helps in the implementation of this project. With its help, astronomers can make additional observations of the Universe from remote places where the sky is free from the limiting night visibility glow created by the lights of large cities.