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Nissan Hyper Force Concept Previews an Electric GT-R Touting 1,341 Horsepower

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Nissan’s Hyper Force, unveiled at the Japan Mobility Show, marks a milestone in the automaker’s journey towards a sustainable and electrifying future. The Hyper Force is the grand finale to Nissan’s “hyper” series of concept vehicles, symbolizing the company’s unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of innovation in the electric vehicle (EV) realm. This visionary concept car showcases the potential of electric propulsion, marrying astounding performance with environmental consciousness.

Nissan President and CEO Makoto Uchida underscored the company’s dedication to pioneering new horizons in the world of EVs. He emphasized the spirit of daring and innovation that has driven Nissan since its inception, transcending mere mobility to shape a cleaner, safer, and more inclusive world without compromising on the thrill and passion associated with driving.

At its core, the Nissan Hyper Force boasts a high-output all-electric powertrain. This setup is powered by an all-solid-state battery capable of churning out an astonishing 1,000 kW of precise and rapid acceleration. The advanced e-4ORCE all-wheel control technology and lightweight, high-strength carbon body ensure exceptional handling and cornering prowess on both circuits and winding roads.

The Hyper Force’s exterior design is an artful blend of sleek curves and bold geometry, paying homage to Nissan’s high-performance heritage. Developed in collaboration with the NISMO racing team, the car’s aerodynamic prowess is evident with its downforce-generating features like the dual-level front hood and unique active aero functionalities. Lightweight forged carbon wheels contribute to enhanced aerodynamics and brake cooling, showcasing the fusion of form and function.

In terms of driving modes, the Hyper Force offers both “R” (racing) and “GT” (grand touring) options. The graphical user interface adapts to these modes, providing drivers with essential information tailored to their driving circumstances. In “R” mode, the cabin illuminates in red, creating an immersive cockpit experience that supports concentration, while “GT” mode bathes the cabin in blue, providing a more comfortable and leisurely driving environment.

Safety remains a paramount concern, with advanced autonomous drive capabilities featuring hyper LIDAR and a suite of sensors. These safety systems ensure that the vehicle is equipped to handle various driving conditions, whether on public roads or on the racetrack.

One of the most remarkable features of the Hyper Force is its innovative augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) experience. This technology enables drivers to seamlessly transition between the real and virtual worlds, offering gamified driving experiences and opportunities to compete against both friends and professional drivers digitally.

The Hyper Force is not just a hypercar; it’s a paradigm shift in the performance-car genre, reflecting Nissan’s commitment to meeting the evolving preferences of environmentally conscious customers. Its eco-friendliness, electrifying performance, and cutting-edge safety equipment position it as Nissan’s vision for a next-generation, all-electric high-performance supercar.

At the Japan Mobility Show 2023, where the Hyper Force was unveiled, Nissan showcases a range of innovative vehicles, highlighting its commitment to electrified mobility for a diverse group of consumers. The company is also underlining the importance of vehicle intelligence and connectivity, making life more convenient and exciting for its customers. Nissan’s comprehensive approach to building an EV ecosystem aligns with its mission to create a more sustainable society.

In its pursuit of excellence, Nissan has collaborated with various partners, including Polyphony Digital Inc., to bring the Hyper Force to life. By harnessing each company’s strengths, Nissan is at the forefront of technological innovation and sustainable performance. Moreover, Nissan’s initiatives, such as the “Electrify the World” online game in Fortnite, extend touchpoints to customers of all ages, ensuring they can enjoy and engage with the brand in novel ways. As far as seeing this concept in real life instead of virtually, Nissan remains mum. It’s possible that this is inspiration for a future electrified GT-R, which isn’t as far fetched as we think.


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