Nissan Unveils Hyper Force Concept, a Revolutionary All-Electric Supercar

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In a grand showcase at the Japan Mobility Show, Nissan revealed the fifth and final concept vehicle in its innovative series – the Nissan Hyper Force. The company’s commitment to envisioning the future of mobility and energy was evident as they unveiled a high-performance, all-electric supercar designed for both racing enthusiasts and gamers with a conscience.

Nissan’s President and CEO, Makoto Uchida, expressed pride in the Hyper Force, stating, “All five concept cars showcased today are symbols of the future and embody our founding spirit of daring to do what others don’t.” The Hyper Force represents a paradigm shift in the performance-car genre, catering to the preferences of environmentally conscious customers while delivering electrifying performance and cutting-edge safety features.

The heart of the Hyper Force lies in its high-output all-electric powertrain, boasting an optimal-weight-balancing, all-solid-state battery capable of producing an impressive 1,000 kW of power with rapid acceleration. Advanced aerodynamics, Nissan’s e-4ORCE all-wheel control technology, and a lightweight body made of high-strength carbon contribute to enhanced cornering and exceptional handling on both circuits and winding roads.

The exterior design showcases a seamless blend of sleek curves and bold geometry, paying homage to Nissan’s high-performance heritage. Developed in collaboration with the NISMO racing team, the aerodynamic performance of the Hyper Force ensures powerful downforce, providing stability and control at high speeds. Unique active aero functionality, including front winglets and a rear diffuser, further optimize airflow for maximum grip.

The Hyper Force introduces two driving modes, “R” (racing) and “GT” (grand touring), each offering a distinct user interface designed in collaboration with Polyphony Digital Inc. The racing mode provides a cockpit centered around the driver with intuitive displays of essential information, while the grand touring mode offers a more immersive and comfortable driving experience.

Safety remains a top priority with advanced autonomous drive capabilities, hyper LIDAR, and an array of sensors tuned for sports driving. The Hyper Force also features an innovative augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) experience, allowing drivers to seamlessly transition between the real and virtual worlds for an immersive driving experience.

This groundbreaking concept is part of Nissan’s broader vision for electrified mobility, showcased alongside other innovative vehicles at the Japan Mobility Show. As Nissan marks its 90th anniversary, the company emphasizes a future of electrified mobility accessible to a wider audience, with a comprehensive approach to creating a sustainable EV ecosystem.



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