The Japanese company Nissan has declassified a new concept crossover called Hyper Adventure. The public debut of the new product will take place at the end of October at the Japan Mobility Show in Tokyo.
As the Japanese note, the new product is aimed primarily at lovers of outdoor recreation and off-road driving. The prototype is unlikely to receive a production version, but some styling elements and technologies may find their way onto Nissan product models in the future.
The car has a futuristic design that is reminiscent of another Nissan concept – Hyper Urban. The crossover was equipped with special bumpers with brackets that make driving in deep snow easier and a front spoiler with an air intake. The car also received a large trunk with a special retractable ladder.
In this case, the rear seats can be rotated 180 degrees. This solution will help travelers change clothes in comfort, as well as enjoy the views of the surrounding nature. Specifications for the Hyper Adventure have not been announced.
Inside the crossover, a virtual instrument panel was installed, which is visually combined with the lower part of the windshield, a head-up display, a large multimedia system display and a steering wheel.