Nissan claims that the design of the Hyper Urban concept car “perfectly complements the sophisticated tastes of its target users, such as urban- and suburban-based professionals who prioritize environmental sustainability.”
As you can see in the photos, the concept car has razor-share character lines across its body. It somehow appears as the contemporary counterpart of the Nissan Ariya EV.
It features a modern front lighting system that perfectly complements a segmented fascia and a gloss black angular bumper. It also has a lime yellow body paint that chromatically varies based on the light angle.
The concept car also has flaky character lines and a high beltline on its side. It somehow makes the car’s windows appear narrower than other traditional models. It also offers front and rear scissor doors.
The rear offers full-width taillights and an enormous angular bumper and glass roof. In addition, it also has large black tires.
As for the interior, the Nissan Hyper Urban concept car delivers a contemporary appearance emphasized by its “Tron-like” lights. It is apparently based on kaleidoscopic triangles, as per the automaker.
Moreover, its instrument panel and screen display allow for customization depending on the driver’s preferences.
Its front seats can also offer adjustments, such as folding into the back seats to offer a sofa-like design.
“When away from the daily grind, the Nissan Hyper Urban can seamlessly integrate relaxation and utility: Park it inside a loft apartment or bungalow so that it becomes an interior space to unwind.”
Other notable features
Nissan further boasted that the concept car supports Vehicle-to-Home (V2H) technology, enabling owners to use the EV to power their household appliances in case of emergencies.
It will also have a Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) feature to allow owners to feed energy back to the grid for energy savings or monetary payment.
It will also have hardware and software updates to ensure regular vehicle and safety improvements.
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Nissan also plans to introduce its other planned EV models at the upcoming auto show in Japan, including the following: Ariya, GT-R NISMO special edition, Z NISMO, Skyline NISMO, and Formula E race car. These are all part of the company’s strategy to launch 19 new EV models by 2030.
Unfortunately, Nissan did not disclose any details about the Hyper Urban’s powertrain. We will likely know more about it as soon as the JMS media day commences on October 25.