Nissan Unveils the Nissan Hyper Adventure Concept​

Digital rendering of the Nissan Hyper Adventure Concept in blue on a wintery background
Interior of the Nissan Hyper Adventure Concept with red lighting
Digital rendering of the Nissan Hyper Adventure Concept with all doors open in blue on a wintery background

Nissan unveiled the Nissan Hyper Adventure on October 10th, the second vehicle in its series of advanced EV concepts for the Japan Mobility Show which starts on October 25th.

The Hyper Adventure Concept is a sports SUV “designed for people passionate about outdoor adventures and an eco-friendly lifestyle.” It is envisioned to sustain electricity over longer periods on the road whilst still being respectful of the environment and has V2X (vehicle-to-everything) technology to support this anywhere and everywhere.

Its primary objective is to accommodate the diverse needs of those who love the outdoors with its large capacity battery doubling as an energy source which allows you to charge up your gadgets, light up your campsite, or even recharge electric jet skis. The V2X capability also allows you to provide power to your home (V2H) or local community by contributing extra power back to the grid (V2G).

Nissan’s advanced e-4ORCE all-wheel-control system allows you reach your destination smoothly and safely, whether that’s on a muddy trail or over a snowy pass. A distinctive diagonal line on the side of the vehicle accentuates the spacious cabin and air is redirected through the front spoiler to help the car achieve high aerodynamic performance. This is enhanced further by glass that integrates the roof and side windows and the flush surface of the ear end.

The cabin is designed to make driving in all situations easy and comfortable. There’s a wide field of view as the instrument panel connects to the bottom of the windshield to create the feeling of a large screen that make the body of the car looks transparent which connects the interior and the outside world around you.

There’s also enough cargo space for your skis or, according to Nissan, even a kayak! The rear bench can also be rotated 180 degrees to create a sitting area that faces out of the back of the vehicle and includes automatic extendable and retractable steps, an incredibly handy feature for camping.

The Nissan Hyper Adventure concept is designed to support a wide range of outdoor adventures comfortably, safely and with a good supply of energy.