Nissan finally shows its MaxOut EV convertible concept in IRL

News Summary

  • Is this some kind of Avatar Na’vi queue situation or merely wordplay to suggest that the design and performance of this theoretical vehicle will make drivers “feel” as if they are one with it?Image Credits: NissanConcepts are often design exercises meant to spur creativity within a company.
  • The company said it wants 75% of its portfolio to be either hybrid, plug-in hybrid or battery electric in Europe, 55% in Japan and 40% in the U.S. and China by 2030.
  • Nismo CEO Takao Katagiri told Autocar in a December 2022 interview that Nissan was developing a new sports car that would be available as a hybrid or in other electrified formats.
  • Sometimes, these concepts provide a directional glimpse at which design road an automaker may take.
  • In other words, elements of the Nissan Max-Out could make it into the market.Nissan GT-R fans are likely watching closely.
Way back in November 2021, Nissan shared renderings of four electric vehicle concepts with intriguing names like ChillOut, SurfOut, HangOut and MaxOut as part of its announcement to invest $17.6 [+2068 chars]