Nissan has just unveiled its Hyper Adventure concept.
The spaceship-looking creation is the second vehicle in the carmaker’s series of EV concepts.
And if the renders are to be believed, it’s going to be one of the most unique, futuristic-looking cars ever imagined.
The concept wears futuristic body panels with a distinctive diagonal line that runs down the side.
Nissan says that by redirecting the air flowing through the front spoiler, it will have incredible aerodynamic performance.
The aerodynamics are further enhanced by glass that integrates the roof and side windows.
Nissan has also fitted the front and rear bumpers with snow traction gears to allow it to tackle deep snow with ease.
Nissan Hyper Adventure interior
The interior has been fitted out with super futuristic controls that make it look like the cockpit of a fighter jet.
The instrument panel connects to the bottom of the windshield too, which makes it look like the interior seemlessly blends in with the exterior.
Meanwhile, the rear bench seat can rotate 180 degrees, creating a comfortable sitting area out the back.
The car also has automatic extendable and retractable steps.
And because this is an adventure concept, Nissan has built this car with heaps of cargo space for outdoor equipment.
The company says you won’t have trouble fitting a tent, skis, or even a kayak in the back.
The car’s large-capacity battery doubles as an energy source, meaning it can power any gadgets you have, light up your campsite, or even recharge your jet ski.
Nissan says its vehicle-to-everything (V2X) capability can even power your home.
The carmaker says the Nissan Hyper Adventure is designed for people who love their outdoor adventures but also want to maintain an eco-friendly lifestyle.
The concept SUV will be digitally displayed for the first time at the Japan Mobility Show later this month.
It’s the second concept car unveiled by the carmaker this month, after the Nissan Hyper Urban.