Nissan is all set to unveil the new Hyper Tourer concept van at the Japan Mobility Show this month. A new teaser offers a great look at the upcoming van.
Brands have started using concept vehicles to judge audience interest. Along with showcasing their capabilities and vision, it also offers them good feedback before going ahead with the production stage of a new model. Now, the Nissan Hyper Tourer concept vehicle is being teased by the brand. It will be unveiled at the Japan Mobility Show on 25th October. The new van is the third in the series of advanced EV concept vehicles by Nissan. The company is likely to launch a watered-down version in the future.
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Nissan Hyper Tourer Concept Van
As you can see in the above image, the Nissan Hyper Tourer Concept features a futuristic design. It is being touted as the future of mobility. Unlike most cars, the all-electric mini-van concept is aimed at enhancing the experience of occupants and offers the essence of ‘omotenashi’ (Japanese hospitality). It will come with advanced technologies like autonomous driving tech. Additionally, the V2X (Vehicle To Everything) technology can allow onboard high-capacity battery to supply electricity to homes, stores, and more. On the outside, the Nissan Hyper Tourer Concept Van features smooth body panels with sharp character lines. The profiling is done to highlight the traditional Japanese design and aesthetics.
The central white line can be seen around the vehicle. It also houses headlights and signature lamps. This is complemented by an eye-catching exterior design with an aerodynamic shape and Gold-Black pattern. This design language is carried onto the van wheels as well. Thanks to Nissan EV Technology Vision, the upcoming car gets a spacious cabin. It uses high-density solid-state batteries that allow optimum interior packaging and an extremely low centre of gravity. On the inside, the company has used ‘kumiko’ and ‘koushi’ patterns with overhead lighting elements. Even the floor gets a flat LED panel that shows images of the riverbed and sky. Additionally, the front seats can swivel. This will allow front passengers to face rear seat occupants. The sliding side doors open in opposite directions.
The new concept van comes with Nissan’s e-4ORCE all-wheel control system. The highlight of the car is the autonomous driving feature. Additionally, passengers in rear seats can also control navigation and audio with the help of wearable displays. Nissan claims that the new van will use AI systems to monitor biometric signs like brain waves, perspiration and breathing. It can even change music and lighting to fit the mood. Overall, Nissan aims to create a relaxing space that offers a balance between digital tech and nature.