Final Hyper concept

shown by Nissan

Nissan Hyper Force concept, 2023, front
Nissan Hyper Force concept, 2023, side
Nissan Hyper Force concept, 2023, rear
Nissan Hyper Force concept, 2023, doors
Nissan Hyper Force concept, 2023, interior
Nissan Hyper concept EV models

NISSAN has revealed its fifth and final ‘hyper' concept model with the unveiling of the Nissan Hyper Force at the Japan Mobility Show.

With one EV concept revealed every week leading up to the show, Nissan has been targeting a wide range of future customer needs and lifestyles.

Nissan president and CEO Makoto Uchida said: "All five concept cars showcased today are symbols of the future and embody our founding spirit of `daring to do what others don't'.

"We have advanced our EV innovations, moving beyond mobility to create a more sustainable world. The EVs symbolise our future of creating a cleaner, safer, and more inclusive world for everybody without compromising on passions and dreams. Through the power of innovation, Nissan is creating a future where everyone can enjoy the excitement of mobility."

The Hyper Force is an all-electric high-performance supercar that aims to deliver the ultimate in driving pleasure while also offering high environmental performance and comfort for daily use.

At its core is a high-output all-electric powertrain with an optimal-weight-balancing, all-solid-state battery that can produce output up to 1,000 kW with precise and rapid acceleration.

Powerful downforce, an advanced form of Nissan's e-4ORCE all-wheel control technology, and light-weight body featuring high-strength carbon promise enhanced cornering and exceptional handling on circuits and winding roads.

The concept was developed together with the Nismo racing team and its aerodynamics generate powerful downforce. Meanwhile, a dual-level rear diffuser controls airflow.

The front winglets, front fender flip and both ends of the rear wing feature unique active aero functionality, while a newly developed plasma actuator suppresses air detachment to maximise grip and minimise inner-wheel lift during cornering. Lightweight forged carbon wheels aid aerodynamics and brake cooling.

The concept features two driving modes, "R" (racing) and "GT" (grand touring). A graphical user interface changes color and display according to the mode, and is designed to display the most needed information for the driver in line with the driving circumstances.

Nissan - marking 90 years of production at this year's Tokyo show, is highlighting a future of electrified mobility accessible to a wider group of people with diverse needs, and vehicle intelligence and connectivity that can make life easier, more connected and more exciting.


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