Nissan Unveils the Nissan Hyper Tourer Concept​

A bronze Nissan Hyper Tourer Concept car drawn next to open water and a city in the background
Looking into the cabin space of the Nissan Hyper Tourer concept car
Bronze Nissan Hyper Tourer Concept showing the doors opened and the rear passenger seats

Nissan unveiled the third in its quartet of advanced electric concept cars on October 17th, the Nissan Hyper Tourer. This concept car will appear in physical form at the Japan Mobility Show, starting October 25th.

The Nissan Hyper Tourer is an all-electric minivan which “focuses on nurturing and reinforcing the bond between people as they journey together”. It does this by combining the essence of omotenashi (Japanese Hospitality) with advanced driving technologies such as autonomous driving. The V2X (vehicle-to-everything) function and the high-capacity battery will also allow electricity to be supplied back to homes, stores, and offices.

The exterior is made of smooth body panels and sharp character lines that demonstrates traditional Japanese beauty whilst also harmonising with the surrounding landscape. There is a diagonal flow to the sides from the front to the rear for a higher aerodynamic performance and the white waistline serves as a headlight and signature lamp. Meanwhile, the wheels are finished with a kumiko pattern to create a premium feel to the vehicle.

Nissan EV Technology Vision consolidates compact components and high-energy density all-solid-state batteries to create a spacious interior inside innovative car packaging. This has given the Nissan Hyper Tourer an ultra-low centre of gravity which gives smooth and flat acceleration and deceleration in collaboration with the e-4ORCE all-wheel control system. Traditional Japanese kumiko and koushi patterns are featured on the overhead console and lighting for a sense of luxury and the flat LED panel in the floor displays imagery of a riverbed and the sky to create a relaxing space for passengers.

The inclusion of full autonomous driving allows the driver to focus on their travel companions as the front seats can swivel 360 degrees. Rear seat passengers can use a wearable display that allows them to use and view the navigation and audio systems to create a sense of unity between all passengers.

There’s also a new and innovative AI system that will monitor your biometric signs including brainwaves, heart rate, breathing and perspiration and it can then automatically select music and lighting that fits your mood.

“With the Nissan Hyper Tourer concept, Nissan re-envisions the group road trip by combining the comfort of a luxurious living room with the convenience of a passenger van – all contained in a stylish and futuristic package.”