Nissan has teased its Japan Mobility Show plans, including futuristic electric concepts. Visitors can try an e-4ORCE all-wheel-control driving simulator and enjoy Formula-E acceleration at the booth.
However, EV concept vehicles revealed in the days leading up to the show’s press day on October 25 will be the most exciting. The Nissan Hyper Urban debuted today.
Built for urban professionals, the Hyper Urban is sleek and modern. V2H powers homes, while V2G lets owners feed back excess power to the grid to balance it.
The Hyper Urban promises hardware and software updates to refresh owners over time. Its bright lime-yellow exterior changes color with light. Wide tires and front and rear scissor doors enhance the aerodynamic design.
While concept cars take the spotlight, Nissan will show special edition production models. Some editions will have copper-accented grilles and door mirrors, aluminum wheels, and special seat materials. On display are the Nissan Ariya, Nissan Leaf 90th Anniversary, and Skyline NISMO. Nissan and NISMO will sell 90th-anniversary merchandise.
Nissan’s show presence goes beyond physical space. The Japan Mobility Show 2023 website will provide concept car information to fans. But the real oddity? Nissan’s YouTube channel will stream a music video 24/7 from October 2–25. Six local and international artists will use AI (yes, AI is everywhere) to create music about “AI enhancing creativity possibilities.”