The Max-Out battery-electric convertible will be featured during the Nissan Futures event showcasing the automaker’s role in the future of sustainable mobility and innovative design.
A physical concept model of the Max-Out will be unveiled at the launch of the event, which runs from Feb. 4 to March 1 at Nissan’s Global Headquarters Gallery in Yokohama, Japan. It will be on display for the duration of Nissan Futures. The BEV was previously shown in virtual form as part of the Nissan Ambition 2030 vision announced in November 2021.
“Created on the fundamental concept of being one with the car, the Nissan Max-Out 2-seater convertible is designed to provide a liberating sense of openness while offering an enhanced, dynamic driving experience,” Nissan says in a statement. “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.”
Nissan Futures will feature interactive customer events, panel discussions with experts and various displays, all designed to showcase the automaker’s innovations in electrification, vehicle intelligence, power management, vehicle battery reuse and more. The events and panel discussions will be held virtually as well as in person.
Event display and content information is available on the Nissan global corporate website and will be carried on its YouTube and LinkedIn channels. Entry to the Nissan Global Headquarters Gallery and participation in the planned events, physically or virtually, will be free of charge.
Experts from Nissan and its partners will participate in two Feb. 21 panel discussions examining the company’s decade-long initiatives in Vehicle-to-Everything connectivity and battery reuse.
“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,” the automaker says.
Also planned are weekly Talk 4 Futures panel discussions involving stakeholders who can offer diverse new perspectives on themes such as sustainability, economy, innovation and culture. Nissan says the goal is “to create opportunities for two-way dialogue that will enable the company to better understand individual and societal needs and drive towards a cleaner, safer and more inclusive world.”