Nissan thinks the future is Hyper, or at least its future is – quite literally in the name. Since October 03, the Japanese automaker has been unveiling one Hyper concept every week. This leads up to last week’s unveiling of the fifth and final concept: the Nissan Hyper Force Concept Car.
The Nissan Hyper Force Concept Car was officially revealed at the Japan Mobility Show (formerly Tokyo Motor Show) and it is the EV to look out for if performance is your thing. Granted, this and the likes of the Hyper Tourer, Hyper Punk, and more, may not be actual future EVs from Nissan but they do offer an insight of the company’s vision with regards to electrified mobility. Anyhoo, moving on…
The Nissan Hyper Force is an all-electric high-performance supercar designed to offer a blend of driving pleasure, environmental performance, and daily comfort. It features a high-output all-electric powertrain with a powerful all-solid-state battery capable of producing up to 1,000 kW for rapid acceleration. The vehicle incorporates Nissan’s advanced e-4ORCE all-wheel control technology and a lightweight carbon body for exceptional handling and downforce, making it suitable for both circuits and winding roads.
The exterior design is a fusion of sleek curves and bold geometry, paying homage to Nissan’s high-performance cars. The aerodynamics have been developed in collaboration with the NISMO racing team, featuring a two-tiered structure for strong downforce and cooling. Active aero elements, such as front canards and a plasma actuator, enhance grip and stability during cornering.
The car offers two driving modes: “R” (racing) and “GT” (grand touring), with a user interface that adapts to the mode and provides essential information to the driver. The cabin design creates an immersive cockpit experience, with racing mode focusing on performance data and GT mode emphasizing comfort and infotainment.
Safety is a priority, with advanced autonomous driving features and hyper LIDAR sensors for both on-road and track safety. The Nissan Hyper Force also introduces an innovative augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) experience for real and virtual driving simulations.
The Nissan Hyper Force represents Nissan’s vision for a next-generation, environmentally friendly, all-electric high-performance supercar with cutting-edge safety and immersive driving experiences. But really, that is all we have to go with for now. We really don’t expect cars to look like I, Robot, or Minority Report anytime soon.
Images: Nissan [JP].