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Nissan Hyper Force with 1341 Hp!

With the electrification movements,

With the electrification movements, it becomes possible to see many different concept cars from brands. Electric cars, which have been generally tried to be integrated into our lives until today, have now entered the exotic cars class, making it easier to reach high powers. Hyper Force, introduced by Nissan as a concept, is one of them. Here is Nissan Hyper Force and its details…

Nissan Hyper Force concept has 1300 Hp power and is completely electric!

At the Japan Mobility Show, Nissan introduced the Nissan Hyper Force, the resounding finale of its innovative series of five “hyper” concept vehicles. Introducing an electric vehicle concept every week since October 3 before the fair, Nissan demonstrated its ability to foresee a wide range of future customer needs and lifestyles and enrich people’s lives with innovation and excitement.

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Nissan CEO Makoto Uchida called Hyper Force “a symbol of the future.” “All five concept cars on display today are symbols of the future and embody our founding spirit of ‘dare to do what others have not done’.”

Produced entirely electric and focused on high performance, Hyper Force is a car with a high-output, fully electric powertrain that can produce up to 1,000 kW of power with precise and fast acceleration, optimum weight balancing, a fully solid-state battery. This car, which provides four-wheel grip on the asphalt with Nissan’s e-4ORCE technology, has a lightweight body made of high-strength carbon.

While the design of the car was designed with the Nissan NISMO racing team, hidden but important details such as the 2-layer design that will increase grip on the ground in parts of the vehicle such as the front under the hood were also included. The concept has two driving modes: “R” (racing) and “GT” (grand touring). The graphical user interface can change color and image according to the mode and is designed to instantly display the most necessary information for the driver in accordance with the driving conditions.