Assisting in the GT’s performance is driving assistance, although Nissan says “hyper LIDAR” and other sensors are also used during sports driving. When you’re not on the road, mixed reality experiments combine virtual reality with virtual reality, in a standard helmet.
Where, however, this leaves Nissan in terms of production plans remains to be seen. According to Nissan president and CEO Makoto Uchida, the automaker is hoping to hear how the Hyper Force is received, as it makes plans to expand its EV lineup. “I want the customer and the public to say, I want Nissan,” the CEO said at the Japanese show.
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While this doesn’t mean that Hyper Force has inspired a new electric GT-R to replace the aging gas GT-R, it doesn’t mean that we won’t see an emphasis on fun driving as much as zero emissions, as automakers try to balance it out to attract enthusiasts and those who want to be green.