Nissan Motor Co. designers tossed knobs and buttons out the window for their latest car aimed at a generation apathetic about autos, leaving behind a clear-white surface for displaying photos, showing movies and playing games.

The Teatro for Dayz concept debuting at this month’s Tokyo Motor Show was designed to appeal to the driving-disinclined, Tatsuya Shiosaki, a Nissan advanced product planning manager, told reporters in a briefing last month.

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