Nissan has released its third design for an electric car, which will be on display at the Japan Mobility Show 2023. This most recent invention is an electric minivan known as the Nissan Hyper Tourer Concept.
The Hyper Tourer Concept boasts a sleek look that is very different from any of the existing Nissan production vehicles, much like the Hyper Adventure Concept and Hyper Urban SUV Concept that Nissan unveiled a few weeks ago. Sharp lines give the front end a particularly commanding appearance, and a white waistline that also functions as an LED light bar elegantly connects it to the back.
The Hyper Tourer Concept's sides, with their elaborate wheel design and sculptural door skins, are just as striking. Additionally, the upper portion of the design is covered in a large amount of glass, which allows natural light to flood the cabin.
Regarding the inside, Nissan claims that the front seats may swivel 360 degrees to face the back seats due to the implementation of a completely automated driving system. Furthermore, second-row passengers have the option to don a wearable display, which will enable them to see and use the radio and navigation functions on the primary infotainment screen up front.
Even the sophisticated AI system within the idea can alter the music and lighting according on the brain waves, pulse rate, breathing, and sweat of its inhabitants.
"Gathed towards individuals who appreciate the finer things in life and enjoy the company of friends and associates, whether on a road trip or business outing," is how Nissan describes the Hyper Tourer Concept. Compact powertrain parts, such as solid-state batteries and an e-4ORCE all-wheel drive system, are responsible for the roomy cabin. Additionally, the idea features Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) capability, which means that a house, shop, or office may be powered by the battery.