Nissan presents the all-electric Nissan Hyper Force concept, a culmination of their hyper concept series, at the Japan Mobility Show, epitomizing the company’s vision for future mobility.
Nissan Hyper Force, an all-electric supercar, combines high performance with environmental consciousness.
The concept car offers augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) experiences, blending real and virtual driving worlds.
At the Japan Mobility Show, Nissan unveiled the Nissan Hyper Force, the final piece in their series of five “hyper” concept vehicles. This series, revealed over five weeks, according to Nissan, “underscores Nissan’s commitment to anticipating and addressing the varied demands and lifestyles of future customers.”
Targeted at racing aficionados and gamers, The Hyper Ford promises the exhilaration of the racetrack, while also being environmentally sensitive. Central to its design is a high-powered all-electric powertrain, supported by a well-balanced all-solid-state battery capable of delivering up to 1,341 horsepower. Enhanced by Nissan’s advanced e-4ORCE all-wheel control technology, the vehicle promises superior handling.
Its design ethos, both inside and out, balances form and function. A collaboration with Polyphony Digital Inc. has resulted in dynamic graphical user interfaces that shift based on driving modes – “R” for racing and “GT” for grand touring. Each mode offers a unique experience tailored to the driver’s needs.
Safety is also paramount for the Hyper Force, with a suite of sensors and hyper LIDAR ensuring maximum safety on both public roads and racetracks. A standout feature is its augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) capabilities, allowing drivers to engage in gamified experiences, either racing against time, online players, or even digital avatars of professional racers.
This unveiling comes as Nissan celebrates its 90th anniversary. The Japan Mobility Show 2023 serves as a platform for Nissan to exhibit its broader vision for electrified mobility, making it accessible to a diverse audience. The Hyper Force, with its blend of performance and sustainability, epitomizes Nissan’s envisioning of an all-electric high-performance supercar for the future.