Nissan is gearing up for the Tokyo Motor Show on October 25 and has been unveiling a series of intriguing concepts. The latest addition is the Hyper Tourer, an all-electric MPV that showcases angular design, futuristic technology, and luxurious features.
Nissan envisions the Hyper Tourer as a vehicle that transforms the traditional road trip, combining the comfort of a luxurious living room with the practicality of a passenger van. The interior, similar to other recent concepts, prioritizes cabin space and comfort.
The dashboard boasts a high level of digitalization, featuring a wide display and a distinct absence of physical switches or buttons. What sets the Hyper Tourer apart is its fully autonomous driving capability, which allows the front seat occupants to swivel their seats, creating a more interactive environment for rear passengers. Nissan has incorporated an AI system that monitors passengers’ brainwaves, heart rates, breathing, and even perspiration, adjusting music and lighting to match their mood.
While detailed technical specifications about the Hyper Tourer’s powertrain remain undisclosed, we do know it’s all-electric with an all-wheel drive system that promises smooth and seamless acceleration and deceleration. Like the previously unveiled Hyper Urban and Hyper Adventure concepts, the Hyper Tourer features ‘V2X’ (Vehicle-to-Everything) capabilities, enabling it to provide power to buildings and appliances.