Nissan has been one of the most active automakers in terms of announcing concept cars before the Japan Mobility Show. In recent weeks we have been introduced to cars that aim to redefine the SUV space, make minivans cool, and now another concept has been announced that is claimed to be “is designed for content creators and artists.”
Known as the Hyper Punk, the concept car is an electric compact crossover built for those who embrace style and innovation. We are told it has features that allow passengers to charge their devices anytime, anywhere, while sharing the car’s energy with co-workers at local community events.
The interior is designed to have an origami style and features built-in cameras that can capture local landscapes to use AI to turn it into manga-like landscapes that can be projected onto the three-screen display around the driver.
The Hyper Punk also features Internet connectivity, biosensors in the headrests that detect the driver’s mood and select music and lighting to match, and the exterior features versatile polygonal surfaces meant to stand out from the crowd.
The car will be on display at the Japan Mobility Show starting Oct. 25, 2023, and if you think this is a satirical joke or some kind of prank by Nissan, you can read the full press release on Hyper Punk here.