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Nissan's Big EV Surprise Concept

  Expected to be All-Electric Max Out                                                   Source:  Nissan From Virtual to a Physical Car Japanese automaker Nissan later this week will unveil a real physical version of a virtual concept car known as the Max Out, which it has been teasing for more than a year.  Here are the key facts: Nissan says their new EV concept is what happens when "virtual becomes physical" from the late 2021 renderings of Max Out New concept is expected to be a 2-seat possibly convertible sports car with ultra-lightweight construction All wheel-drive with 1electric motor at the front and rear of the car Unique ability to morph the passenger seat and flatten it to the floor for extra storage space A least 304 hp and 501 pd-ft of torque According to Nissan, the EV is "so responsive it feels like a part of you" EV is expected to have a full width screen for the instrument panel The vehicle is part of Nissan's $17 billion investment to create 23

Ferrari's Concept Car: Future of Driving

  Hypercar That's Both Digital and Physical                                                                                                                       Source:  Ferrari Ferrari's Vision of the Future of Driving Ferrari has created a visionary look at the future of driving - the Vision GT 7.  Ferrari unveiled its Grand Turismo concept car in Monaco during the GT World Finals celebration of the 25th anniversary of Sony's Gran Turismo video game.  The Vision GT is both a physical prototype, designed for the ultimate in epic rides, and a digital hypercar for blazing on 4 wheels in Gran Turismo video games.  The spectacular styling, thunderous power and massive torque of this new vehicle by Ferrari has the global automotive world spellbound. Vision GT will be on display starting December 15, 2022 in the Ferrari Museum in Italy. Style and Function The Vision GT takes its inspiration from historic race cars of the past.  The hybrid vehicle has a sleek, aerodynamic, low-s

Lincoln's Look At E-Driving: Star Concept

  Beautiful New Lincoln Concept                                                  Source:  Lincoln Star Lincoln's Greener Future Ford's luxury brand Lincoln is building its electric future with three new EVs by 2025.  The Lincoln Star concept, just unveiled, provides a great perspective on what that future will look like.  The new, medium sized crossover SUV is an expression of Lincoln's design, styling and technology perspectives that awaits public input on their favorites for the electric Lincoln of their dreams. What You Want to Know About the Concept The Star's style is long and low.  The EV can be formulated as a 2-row or 3-row SUV.  The interior is spacious and loaded with glass for unobstructed views.  The front of the vehicle has no traditional grille. Instead, there is a lightshow with a full-length LED system of lights. As there is no combustion engine under the front hood the frunk (front trunk) has diamond shaped lattice etching that lead up to a clear center

Lexus, Hydrogen & Off-roading Vehicles

  Off-Roading in Harmony with Nature                                             Source:  Lexus Two New Concept Vehicles - 1st Hydrogen Vehicle At the Tokyo Auto Salon 2022 show, Lexus introduced two, new off-roading concepts.  The NX PHEV offroad concept SUV is a rugged, large crossover that has a plug-in powertrain. with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine. Lexus, which is Toyota's luxury brand, also officially unveiled its hydrogen powered ROV.  These side-by-side vehicles are designed for adventurous off-roaders who enjoy travelling the road less traveled with zero or very low emissions. NX PHEV Concept Lexus says these two new concepts are representative of its goals to expand travel choices for customers and simultaneously work toward a carbon free society with zero emissions driving. The NX PHEV offers both BEV (battery electric vehicle) and PHEV (plug-in hybrid vehicle) modes.  It is built on a new platform, making it wider, taller and longer than the first generation NX.  It