Throughout February, Nissan will host an event at its headquarters in Yokohama, Japan, to showcase its future efforts, particularly in the area of sustainable transportation.
The event, called Nissan Futures, will also feature concept cars that Nissan will show off in virtual form for the first time in 2021.
That concept is the Max-Out, a roadster that’s being shown in 2021 alongside a Surf-Out pickup, a Hang-Out SUV and a Chill-Out coupe-style crossover concept to tease the brand’s forthcoming EV. Potential design of product mix. Nissan plans to launch 15 electric vehicles under its Nissan and Infiniti brands by 2030, with the first expected in 2025.
Nissan Surf-Out, Max-Out and Hang-Out Concept
Nissan did not mention production plans for any of the four concepts, although the automaker’s design chief Alfonso Albaisa told Motor Authority in a 2022 interview that his design team was working on an electric pickup.Nissan is working on an electric truck for the U.S., according to an executive representing a Nissan dealership
Of the four concepts, the sleek, low-slung Max-Out may be the least likely to make it to production. Over the years, Nissan has unveiled several electric sports car concepts, some of which were promised for production but never materialized.
The Nissan Futures event runs from February 4th to March 1st. Max-Out at the event will showcase Nissan’s developments in electrification, vehicle intelligence, power management, vehicle battery reuse, V2V and V2X communications, and more.