Nissan took the stage at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2023, unveiling five remarkable concepts, one of which is the Hyper Force.
This concept offers a tantalizing glimpse of what the legendary GT-R could become in the age of electrified vehicles.
The design of the Hyper Force is nothing short of enthralling. It has razor-sharp edges and a raw metal finish that gleams like a fine carving knife.
The front fascia of the car protrudes, resembling a determined lower lip or a steam train cowcatcher.
Headlights, which resemble the eyes of a hammerhead shark, are set deep within a recessed grille.
Lines of the body toward the rear seamlessly blend geometric and organic elements, and are crowned by a triangular flare over the tires.
Despite its somewhat blocky shape, Nissan promises that the Hyper Force will slice through the air like a knife.
The NISMO racing team helped design it, ensuring effective downforce and cooling airflow management.
A comb-like rear diffuser and a stepped front end are crucial, while the large wing provides active aerodynamics.
A plasma actuator improves cornering grip by fine-tuning airflow around the forged carbon wheels.
Cockpit in the Future
Step inside the Hyper Force to find a cockpit made of forged carbon. The racing buckets are equipped with four-point belts and recline in a relaxed manner.
The small steering wheel and adjacent screens of the concept reflect the exterior’s squared-off edges.
The interior lighting changes to blue in GT mode, and the interface focuses on infotainment and cabin comfort.
When not in motion, the Hyper Force can transform into a VR gaming room, allowing you to race without leaving your garage and connect with friends all over the world.
The Hyper Force’s sculpted hood conceals an electric powertrain with a staggering 1,341 hp (1,000 kW).
This power is delivered via an advanced version of Nissan’s e-4orce electric torque-vectoring all-wheel-drive system, which is powered by a cutting-edge solid-state battery.
While Nissan has not confirmed that the future GT-R will be entirely electric, they have expressed a strong interest in gathering public feedback on the Hyper Force concept as they plan for future performance vehicles.
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