Nissan is leading the charge towards a sustainable future with its latest event, Nissan Futures. Taking place at the Global Headquarters Gallery from Feb. 4 to Mar. 1, Nissan will showcase its innovations in electrification, vehicle intelligence, power management, and more. The highlight of the event will be the unveiling of a physical concept model of the Nissan Max-Out EV convertible, previously shown in virtual form as part of Nissan’s Ambition 2030 vision.
The Max-Out concept was created with the idea of being one with the car, offering a liberating sense of openness while providing an enhanced driving experience. The concept showcases Nissan’s commitment to developing a diverse range of advanced vehicles that can benefit both individuals and society.
During the event, guests will have the opportunity to gain an understanding of Nissan’s decade-long initiatives in Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) and battery reuse through two expert panel discussions on Feb. 21. These panels will explore Nissan’s leadership in preparing for the large-scale transition to electric mobility and the challenges and opportunities it brings.
Nissan is also engaging with stakeholders through its Talk 4 Futures program, a weekly panel discussion series that takes place on Saturdays from 13:30 (JST) at the Global Headquarters Gallery. The series aims to bring together experts and consumers to engage in open dialogue on topics such as sustainability, economy, innovation, and culture.
Attendance to the Nissan Futures event and participation in the planned events is free of charge, and information is available on Nissan’s global corporate website, as well as on its YouTube and LinkedIn channels.
Through public events like Nissan Futures, Nissan continues to create opportunities for two-way dialogue and to better understand individual and societal needs. Join Nissan in driving towards a cleaner, safer, and more inclusive world.