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Nissan Futures Concept EVs

Recently, Nissan introduced the Ariya, a stunning electric SUV that will hit the market in 2023. As of today, the Japanese automaker is removing its crystal ball for an even deeper look into its future with the quad announcement featuring electric concept cars.

Dubbed “Nissan Futures”, the new line of futuristic electric vehicles will serve as an ideal vehicle for potential owners, each in their own right; It consists of Chill-Out, Max-Out, Hang-Out, and Surf-Out. Let’s start with Chill-Out, a stylish, LED-clad crossover EV that uses Nissan’s patented CMF-EV platform and features a surprisingly innovative interior.

As the series continues to move forward, things start to pick up speed with the sporty two-seater Max-Out with a sunroof, digital grille pattern headlights, and a sharp teardrop profile.

The next concept is Hang-Out. Equipped with a boxy silhouette, this crossover is equipped with what Nissan calls “the comfort of the living room” and allows you to spend your personal time in comfort wherever you are.

Finally, Nissan‘s eco-friendly interpretation; We see the Surf-Out, the concept pickup equipped with off-road capabilities, a beach-ready rear lighting setup, and an optional bedspread.

Whether you’re planning to watch a movie on a Chill-Out tablet, go to the beach with Surf-Out, speed things up with Max-Out, or just hang out with Hang-Out, Nissan wants to cater to your every need by putting your personality at the forefront.

Needless to say, these concepts from Nissan seem to come from outside Earth. It is clear that the brand, which has invested $ 18 billion in electric vehicle development, is turning green. If you want to get more detailed information about Nissan Futures concept electric vehicles, you can take a look at Nissan‘s website. Do not pass without watching the video at the end of the article.

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