The Nissan Hyper Force is indeed a very futuristic study, a typical design exercise that is far from a production car. Still, brand representatives speak of it as a vision for a new generation of fully electric high-performance super sports.

Nissan describes the Hyper Force concept as an electric supercar designed for racing enthusiasts and gamers who crave the adrenaline-fuelled experience of the racetrack, but at the same time care about the environment. The car is supposed to provide maximum driving pleasure and at the same time “high ecological performance” and comfort for everyday use.

The basis is a fully electric drivetrain with a battery with a solid electrolyte, which can develop a power of up to 1,000 kW. The manufacturer mentions the emphasis on aerodynamics, effective cooling and all-wheel drive, not to mention the lightweight high-strength carbon body. Some design elements also refer to well-known sporty Nissans, such as the GT-R.

Concept Nissan Hyper Force.Video: Nissan

The concept offers two driving modes – racing “R” (from the word “racing”) and traveling “GT” (“grand touring”). In the R setting, the cabin turns red to create a cockpit that promotes driving focus. Four screens around the steering wheel display tire grip and temperature, air pressure, brake rotor temperature, power distribution and other information.

In GT mode, the cabin is illuminated in blue and the screens around the steering wheel zoom out and merge together. A simpler interface accompanies the readjustment of the suspension and stabilizer for a comfortable ride.

The concept got lightweight carbon fiber sports seats with four-point seat belts, but they should be comfortable even for long journeys.

An interesting point is the connection between augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR). When the vehicle comes to a stop, the driver can use a special virtual reality blind visor helmet to enter a gaming driving experience complete with modes that allow racing against time or online racers.

Using bone visors for augmented reality, the driver can compete with the digital ghosts of themselves, friends, or even professional drivers on the circuit.

Do you like the Nissan Hyper Force electric supercar concept?

Yes, but it would be better with an internal combustion engine.

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