Japan Mobility Show 2023: World Premiere of Nissan Hyper Force Concept, 100% Electric High Performance Prototype

YOKOHAMA, Japan. Nissan Motor Co. Ltd revealed within Japan Mobility Show 2023 – formerly known as Tokyo Motor Showand which opens its doors to the public from October 25 to November 5—his Nissan Hyper Force concept carand 100% electric supercar a dream that may serve as the basis for breathing life the future GT-R.

With the unveiling of a new electric vehicle concept every week from October 3rd, ahead of this big event, Nissan which this year also celebrating its 90th anniversaryhas proven its ability to anticipate a wide range of future customer needs and lifestyles, enriching people’s lives with innovation and excitement.

President and CEO of Nissan Motor Co. Makoto Uchida commented: “The five prototypes presented today are symbols of the future and embody our essence of daring to do what others do not. We have advanced electric vehicle innovations that go beyond mobility to create a more sustainable world. These electric vehicles symbolize our future of creating a cleaner, safer and more inclusive world for all without giving up on our passions and dreams. Through the power of innovation, Nissan is creating a future where everyone can enjoy the thrill of mobility.”

Changing the rules of the game

The Nissan Hyper Force is designed for racing enthusiasts and gamers who crave the thrill of adrenaline but are also environmentally conscious. It is a fully electric super vehicle that strives to offer maximum driving satisfaction while providing high environmental performance and comfort for everyday use.

At its core is a high-performance all-electric drive system with an optimally balanced solid-state battery that can generate up to 1,000 kW of power with fast and precise acceleration. Strong downforce, an advanced version of Nissan’s e-4ORCE all-wheel drive technology and a lightweight, high-strength carbon body promise improved cornering capabilities and exceptional handling on circuits and twisty roads.

Sporty properties through all its pores

The exterior design, with its wide and powerful proportions, is a fusion of elegant curves that blend seamlessly with bold geometry that reflects the underlying performance. Elements throughout the design, such as the front and rear lights, pay homage to Nissan’s high-performance vehicles.

The exterior achieves high aerodynamics, developed in collaboration with the NISMO racing team, generating strong downforce. The two-level construction under the hood provides downforce and high cooling performance. Likewise, the two-level rear diffuser optimally controls the air flow. The front spoilers and fins, as well as the rear wing tips, have a unique active function, while a newly developed plasma drive suppresses air separation to maximize grip and minimize inner wheel lift during cornering. Lightweight forged carbon wheels contribute to aerodynamics and brake cooling.

Big power

The concept offers two driving modes, “R” (racing) and “GT” (grand tourer). The graphical user interface changes color and display depending on the mode and is designed to instantly display the information the driver needs most based on driving conditions. These graphics are a collaboration with Polyphony Digital Inc.

In R mode, the interior lights up in red, creating an intuitive driver-focused cockpit that encourages concentration. The dashboard panels extend into the seating area to enhance the cockpit feel for the driver. Meanwhile, four satellite displays around the steering wheel display tire grip and temperature, air pressure, brake disc temperature, power distribution and other valuable racing information.

In GT mode, the interior lights up in blue and the screens around the steering wheel move away and connect to each other, providing an immersive experience with a simpler infotainment interface that includes climate, audio and suspension settings. comfortable ride. The suspension and anti-roll bars have been designed as a world first that can be easily controlled from the screen while driving*.

The driver and front passenger seats are made of light and very stiff carbon fiber, which allows for comfortable driving over long distances, and are equipped with four-point seat belts.

Safety plays a key role in this concept car’s equation. Thanks to advanced autonomous driving with hyper LIDAR and a set of sensors adapted to sports driving, the vehicle is designed to guarantee a high level of safety both on public roads and on the racing circuit.

To enhance its appeal, the Nissan Hyper Force offers an innovative Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) experience that allows driving in both the real and virtual worlds. When the vehicle is stationary, the driver can use a special VR blindfold helmet to enter gamified driving experiences, complete with modes that let you compete against time or online opponents. Using AR skeletal rendering headsets, the driver can compete against their own digital ghosts, the ghosts of their friends, or even the ghosts of professional drivers on the circuit, allowing users to test their driving skills on real-world circuits.

The Nissan Hyper Force represents a paradigm shift in the performance vehicle genre and meets the ever-evolving preferences of environmentally conscious customers.

With respect for the environment, electrifying performance and cutting-edge safety equipment, this concept car is Nissan’s vision of a new generation of all-electric super-performance vehicles.

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