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New EV Tourer Concept Released By Nissan

17th Oct 2023

By Chris Russon

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Nissan has unveiled its Hyper Tourer, the third in its series of advanced electric-vehicle concepts to be featured at the Japan Mobility Show, which starts on October 25th 2023.

The Nissan Hyper Tourer will be displayed physically at the show.

This all-electric minivan focuses on ‘nurturing and reinforcing’ the bond between people as they journey together.

Nissan says the Hyper Tourer concept is geared toward individuals who appreciate the finer things in life and enjoy the company of friends and associates, whether on a road trip or business outing.

The Nissan Hyper Tourer combines the essence of omotenashi (Japanese hospitality) with various advanced technologies, including autonomous driving.

The V2X (Vehicle-to-Everything) functionality and high-capacity battery also allows electricity to be supplied to homes, stores, and offices, while travelling and on various business situations.

The exterior is composed of smooth body panels and sharp character lines that demonstrate traditional Japanese beauty, and its imposing appearance harmonises with the surrounding landscape.

The sides flow diagonally from the front to the rear fender for higher aerodynamic performance and the impression of the smooth drive resulting from the combination of EV and autonomous drive.

The white waistline serves as a headlight and signature lamp, while the kumiko-patterned wheels and the soft, straight body line create a premium feel beyond the concept's class.

A spacious interior is made possible thanks to the Nissan EV Technology Vision, which consolidates compact components and high-energy density all-solid-state batteries. The result is an ultra-low centre of gravity, which when combined with the vehicle's advanced e-4ORCE all-wheel control system produces smooth and flat acceleration and deceleration.

An overhead console and lighting feature traditional Japanese kumiko and koushi patterns that create a sense of luxury, while a flat LED panel in the floor displays imagery of a riverbed and the sky, helping create a relaxing space where digital and nature are fused.

Fully autonomous driving enables those in the driver's seat to focus on interacting with their travel companions. The front seats can swivel 360-degrees, allowing front and rear seat passengers to have face-to-face discussions.

Rear-seat passengers can use a wearable display to view and operate the navigation and audio on the front-seat centre display, creating a sense of unity among all occupants.

Also, an innovative AI system can monitor your biometric signs—including brain waves, heart rate, breathing, and perspiration—and automatically select music and adjust the lighting to fit your mood.

The carmaker says that with the Nissan Hyper Tourer concept, Nissan is re-envisioning the road trip by combining the comfort of a luxurious living room with the convenience of a passenger van – all contained in a stylish and futuristic package.

Nissan has already revealed two other Hyper concept models – the Hyper Urban and Hyper Adventure – which will also be shown at the mobility show.