Nissan is set to unveil a concept electric vehicle on February 1 at 8 PM eastern time, believed to have already been revealed in digital form earlier in 2021. The carmaker says that the EV is a physical embodiment of the virtual concept and has already been constructed.
The two-seater E V, referred to as the Max-Out, is said to have an ‘ultra-lightweight’ design and all-wheel drive, featuring separate electric motors at the front and rear. It has a low center of gravity and an innovative design with a ‘morphable’ seating configuration that can be flattened into the floor, creating more interior space.
The EV comes with Nissan’s Advanced e-4ORCE dual-motor all wheel drive system that was initially previewed on a Leaf prototype in October 2019. It provides a combined output of 304 horsepower and 501 pound-feet of torque, guaranteeing a smooth and responsive acceleration.
When it was first introduced, the Max-Out was presented alongside the Chill-Out, Surf-Out, and Hang-Out, giving a potential glimpse of the future of Nissan’s Leaf line.
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