Nissan Motor recently hosted Nissan Futures, to showcase how Nissan is shaping the future of sustainable mobility and innovative design, at its Global Headquarters Gallery which will go on till Mar. 1.
And at the Nissan Futures event, Nissan unveiled a physical concept model of its Max-Out EV convertible. The model was previously shown in virtual form as part of the Nissan Ambition 2030 vision announced in November 2021 under the Nissan Futures banner. The Max-Out—which will be on display for the duration of the event—embodies Nissan’s ambition to support greater access to both sustainable and innovative mobility.
Nissan Futures will feature interactive customer events, panel discussions with experts, and various displays, all aimed to exhibit its innovations in electrification, vehicle intelligence, power management, vehicle battery reuse, and more. The events and panel discussions will also be available to attend virtually.
Created on the fundamental concept of being one with the car, the Nissan Max-Out two-seater convertible is designed to provide a liberating sense of openness while offering an enhanced, dynamic driving experience. The Max-Out displays Nissan’s innovation to develop a diverse range of advanced and striking vehicles, with a clear vision of how they can benefit both individuals and society.
Expert panel discussions on V2X and battery reuse
Guests can gain an understanding of the company’s decade-long initiatives in Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) and battery reuse through two panel discussions on Feb. 21 with experts from Nissan and its partners. These panels will explore how Nissan has been leading the industry through its work with partners to prepare for the various challenges and opportunities the coming large-scale transition to electric mobility will bring.