Nissan has just revealed a new electric roadster concept called the Max-out, and it aims to make EV motoring more fun. Read on for all you need to know.
- New Nissan Max-Out concept revealed
- Previews what a future roadster from Nissan may look like
- Striking, angular shape
- Minimalist interior design
- May offer autonomous driving
- Unlikely to go on sale in current form
The Nissan Max-Out concept has been revealed, and this electric roadster is a showcase for what future Nissans could look like. There’s no details around motors or batteries just yet though.
New Nissan Max-Out design
If you asked someone in the 1970’s what they thought cars would look like in the future, they may draw something similar to the Nissan Max-Out concept. It’s a very wedge-like shape with a combination of sharp creases and smooth curves.
There’s a huge open-air vent at the front with some 3D effect headlights, as well as some funky green trim. There are also some unique wheels and a huge wraparound windscreen.
The rear of the car has a circular light bar with the word Nissan spelled out across the middle. There are minimal creases to be seen over this car, with just a few lines down the side to make it look more muscular.
See what Mat makes of Nissan’s latest EV in the video below…
New Nissan Max-Out concept interior
The interior of the Nissan Max-Out concept takes the modern trend of minimalism to a new extreme. This two-seater has a huge screen spanning the entire dashboard and not much else.
That screen can be used for playing video games while you’re charging, and the lack of pedals and the odd-shaped steering wheel hints at some autonomous driving capabilities.
Will you be able to buy the Nissan Max-Out concept?
The Nissan Max-Out is just a concept for now, and it’s unlikely to go on sale in its current state.
It may inspire future Nissan models though, but don’t expect to see a roadster like this until close to 2030.
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