Showcasing the flexibility of this platform, Nissan has shown a trio of vehicles of differing positioning and sizes.
The first is the Max-Out, a striking, drop-top sports car that aims to “deliver a new driving experience with its superlative stability and comfort”.
Nissan promises tight handling and limited body roll, and says the passenger seat can be folded flat into the floor when not in use, to maximise interior space.
Although it remains a forward-thinking design study, this concept serves as the first hint that Nissan is considering the future of traditional sports cars as it transitions to become a maker of pure EVs. The pure-combustion Z has just been launched in the US, but the GT-R flagship has been on sale for several years and Nissan has yet to officially detail any successor.