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Nissan’s ‘upgradeable’ Hyper Urban concept unveiled

Nissan has unveiled its Hyper Urban concept – the first of four concepts the manufacturer will be revealing at motor shows across the world.

The manufacturer said it had chosen the word ‘hyper’ for the concepts “to express the heightened excitement they aim to bring.”

Its vision, said the firm, “embodies the company’s unwavering dedication to enriching people’s lives and to revolutionising the electric vehicle landscape with transformative products and technologies.”

The Hyper Urban was unveiled at Nissan’s new design presentation hall within the Nissan Technical Center in Atsugi, Kanagawa, ahead of the Japan Mobility Show in Tokyo later this month.

“Characterised by a sleek and modern aesthetic, the vehicle’s design expresses the users’ discerning taste, making a bold statement while also effectively blending in with their environment,” boasted Nissan.

It said a feature of the future would be a car’s sustainability: “Hardware updates and regular software updates provide a fresh ownership experience over many years.

“For example, the interior can be refreshed with a new instrument panel that reflects the latest technologies and trends in graphic user interfaces,” said Nissan.

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