Nissan has revealed its Hyper Tourer concept ahead of the Japan Mobility Show in Tokyo. This all-electric minivan is designed for individuals who value luxury and enjoy socializing. The Hyper Tourer features fully-autonomous driving capabilities, but also allows the driver to take control using a conventional steering wheel and pedals.
One unique feature of the Hyper Tourer is the wearable display, which allows rear-seat passengers to view and operate navigation and audio functions. This creates a sense of unity among all occupants. In fully-autonomous mode, the front seats can be swiveled to face rearward, allowing passengers to engage in casual conversations.
The concept also incorporates an AI-based system that monitors the biometric signs of passengers, such as brain waves, heart rates, and breathing. This information is used to select music and lighting that matches the mood of the occupants.
The spacious cabin of the Hyper Tourer is made possible by a futuristic high-density, all-solid-state battery that takes up less space without compromising on power. The battery works in conjunction with Nissan’s e-4ORCE all-wheel control system, which enhances ride and handling by providing a low center of gravity.
Overall, the Nissan Hyper Tourer concept reimagines the traditional minivan by combining the comfort and luxury of a living room with the convenience of a spacious vehicle. It offers a unique and enjoyable experience for both drivers and passengers.
– Japan Mobility Show