THE second of four Hyper concept advanced electric vehicles has been unveiled by Nissan ahead of the Japanese Mobility Show.
The Hyper Adventure is a sports SUV aimed at eco-friendly people who enjoy outdoor adventures.
It follows the Hyper Urban car concept the Japanese car maker revealed earlier this month.
The concept shows what Nissan is thinking about supplying energy not just for the vehicle but also to power equipment at a location.
The Hyper Adventure is fitted with vehicle-to-everything - V2X - systems allowing users to power up their gadgets, light up campsites, or even recharge their electric jet skis.
V2X can also provide power to homes (V2H) or a local community by contributing surplus power to the grid (V2G).
The exterior features body panels that express activity, thanks to the distinctive diagonal line on the side of the vehicle that accentuates the spacious cabin within.
By redirecting the air flowing through the front spoiler, the car can achieve high aerodynamic performance. The aerodynamics are further enhanced by glass that integrates the roof and side windows and the flush surface of the rear end.
The interior's features and cabin space are designed to make driving in all situations easy and comfortable. The instrument panel connects to the bottom of the windshield, serving as a screen with a wide field of view - as if the body of the vehicle is transparent - and connects the space inside and outside the car.
The interior also boasts cargo space for outdoor equipment such as tents, skis, or even a kayak.
The rear bench seat can rotate 180 degrees on an axle and create a comfortable sitting area that faces out of the vehicle's rear.
Nissan says this feature, that includes automatic extendable and retractable steps, comes in handy when camping, getting ready for a day of skiing, or taking in a scenic view.
The Nissan Hyper Adventure concept will be displayed digitally at the Japan Mobility Show which opens on October 25.