Nissan has unveiled the Nissan Hyper Tourer, the third in its series of advanced electric-vehicle (EV) concepts to be featured at the Japan Mobility Show. The Nissan Hyper Tourer will be displayed physically at the show.
Fully autonomous driving enables those in the driver’s seat to focus on interacting with their travel companions.
The front seats can swivel 360-degrees, allowing front- and rear-seat passengers to have face-to-face discussions.
Also, an innovative AI system can monitor your biometric signs—including brain waves, heart rate, breathing and perspiration – and automatically select complementary music and adjust the lighting.
Nissan has previously unveiled the Hyper Urban Concept and the Nissan Hyper Adventure Concept.
In a press statement, Nissan says: ‘With the Nissan Hyper Tourer concept, Nissan re-envisions the 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’.
Nissan’s goal is to be carbon neutral across the life cycle of its products and operations by 2050.