Nissan has revealed its second fully electric SUV concept – Hyper Adventure – ahead of the 2023 Japan Mobility Show. With its large-capacity battery and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) capabilities, the Nissan Hyper Adventure, according to the Japanese automaker, is a competent partner for a weekend trip to the nearby mountains or months-long adventures to remote locations. This SUV concept, which aims to cater to eco-conscious outdoor travellers, is equipped with a variety of functions and design elements, such as Butterfly rear doors, trunk steps in the back, a rear bench seat with 180-degree rotation, a full-screen instrument panel, and V2X (vehicle-to-everything) technology.
The Nissan Hyper Adventure concept will be on display at the Tokyo Motor Show by the end of this month, along with the Nissan Hyper Urban concept and three more vehicles. Without further ado, let's take a closer look at the Hyper Adventure EV concept.
Nissan Hyper Adventure EV Concept: Powertrain
The Japanese manufacturer hasn't revealed much about the concept's all-electric drivetrain, except that it employs the company's e-4ORCE all-wheel drive technology. It also features a 'large-capacity battery' and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) functionality. The V2X (vehicle-to-everything) feature allows the battery pack to power personal electronics and camping utilities. It can also provide electricity to homes (V2H) and send extra power back to the grid (V2G).
Nissan Hyper Adventure EV Concept: Design and Features
Nissan claims that the SUV has an increased aerodynamic efficiency for long-distance journeys. The car concept offers advanced aerodynamic performance, according to the manufacturer, by optimizing airflow through the front spoiler.
The Hyper Adventure electric concept's interesting aesthetic elements include a pair of butterfly rear doors, retractable trunk stairs at the rear, dynamic body panels, crampons on all four tyres for hassle-free driving through snow, and more. Inside, the concept has a rear bench seat that can swivel 180 degrees, a fully digital instrument panel linked to the bottom of the windshield, working as a screen with a wide field of view, and adequate space for camping and adventure gears such as tents, skis, and even a kayak.
Nissan Hyper Adventure EV Concept: Global Debut
The Hyper Adventure concept, together with the Hyper Urban and other Nissan models, will be officially on a digital display at the upcoming Japan Mobility Show.