The smartwatch bandwagon is getting a bit more crowded these days, as we’ve seen new contributions to the field in the form of the http://freshnessmag.com/2013/09/04/samsung-reveals-the-galaxy-gear-smartwatch/” target=”_blank”>Samsung Galaxy Gear and http://freshnessmag.com/2013/06/25/sony-launches-the-smartwatch-2-a-new-android-powered-smart-watch/” target=”_blank”>Sony SmartWatch 2. The latest example comes from an unexpected source: the Nismo watch from http://nissan-global.com/” target=”_blank”>Nissan, a wearable concept designed to connect drivers to the Japanese automaker’s line of high-performance Nismo vehicles. The watch is connected to the car through Bluetooth Low Energy, using a smartphone app to convey pertinent data like speed and fuel consumption. Additionally, the watch also monitors the driver’s heart rate, as well as an equally important metric — the wearer’s social performance across Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. It’s all housed in a sleek design using a snap-fit glass band and rechargeable lithium battery said to last seven days with normal use. The Nissan Nismo smartwatch concept is set to debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show.