Nissan Max-Out Alongwith Two New Nissan Concepts To Make Debut At Auto Shanghai 2023
Nissan will present electrified automobiles with all-electric and e-POWER powertrains as a part of "Nissan Ambition 2030".
Nissan‘s electric convertible concept, known as “Max-Out,” will make its debut at Auto Shanghai 2023 event, in China on 18th April. Nissan will also present two more concepts in addition to the Max-Out that will address the various mobility needs of Chinese consumers. This event promises to showcase a variety of recent and forthcoming products that are created to exceed people’s expectations.
Alongside the Nissan Max-Out EV, the event will also feature a locally manufactured brand-new electric vehicle concept made exclusively for China. Both the Max-Out and this new EV concept are made to offer an exhilarating and confident driving experience that fits a variety of needs and lifestyles while also being in line with Nissan‘s long-term global goals. These prototypes promise to provide a fascinating window into the development of electric mobility.
Nissan unveiled the Max-Out in 2021 as a digital concept that represents the company’s long-term vision, Nissan Ambition 2030, which aspires to fulfil consumer, societal, and environmental objectives sustainably. Recently, the Max-Out has been transformed into a physical reality, offering a unique driving experience that guarantees exceptional stability and comfort.
Nissan will present electrified automobiles with all-electric and e-POWER powertrains as part of its mission to revolutionise how cars are powered, operated, and fit into society. These cars demonstrate the company’s strategy for building a more sustainable future.
The 20th Shanghai International Automobile Exhibition will be held at the National Exhibition and Convention Center from April 18 to 27. The press days are scheduled for April 18 and 19. On the first day, Nissan’s display on the first day will focus on electrification while on the second day the Japanese automaker will highlight SUVs and unveil the third concept car.