Friday, January 28

Concepts Heralding Nissan’s Electric Future | Digital Trends Spanish

During the presentation of the electrification plan for your line Nissan Ambition 2030, the Japanese automotive giant revealed that it will have 23 new electrified models and solid-state battery technology before the end of the decade, thanks to an investment of 18,000 million dollars. But the presentation was not limited to plans and figures, but also featured the excitement that the presentation of concept vehicles always generates, which in this case was four electric concepts.

Nissan Chill-Out Concept

It is a sleek compact crossover truck that is rumored to be the prelude to the next generation of the Nissan Leaf, which the manufacturer has already confirmed that it will stop being a hatchback to become a crossover. The concept is built on the Nissan Renault Alliance CMF-EV platform that underpins the Nissan Ariya crossover and Renault Megane E-Tech and uses the manufacturer’s e-4orce all-wheel drive system for electric cars. If the Chill-Out turns out to be the prelude to the next Nissan Leaf crossover, it should arrive in 2025.

Nissan Surf-Out Concept

This is a compact single cab electric pickup with a large cargo bed. It stands out for its huge wheel niches with the typical matt black plastic coating used in the most equipped versions of this type of vehicle. Nissan says it’s a true dual-motor all-wheel-drive off-road machine. A curious detail of its design is the LED matrix screen on its tailgate with which you can send messages to the vehicle driving behind the Surf-Out.

Nissan Hang-Out Concept

This square-lined electric hatchback could be called the spiritual successor to the Nissan Cube. Like the other concepts it has all-wheel drive, but its distinguishable from the two previous models by its low flat floor and the configurability of its cabin that is made possible by an advanced version of the Nissan ProPILOT semi-autonomous driving system from Nissan.

Nissan Max-Out Concept

It is a two-seater electric convertible with an “ultra-light” construction and only two seats, equipped with all-wheel drive. The Max-Out features a very low center of gravity that Nissan claims gives it “dynamic cornering response.” It can be described as an electric competitor to the Mazda Miata, which if built would become an immediate favorite with fans and car enthusiasts. roadsters.

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