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Nissan has revealed four concepts for its future product line.

Nissan has unveiled four distinct concept cars to give us a glimpse of what we can expect in the future. With the promise of 23 new products by 2030, these three designs represent the brand's push toward electrification.

The brand claims that over the next ten years, it will deliver exciting, electrified vehicles and technological innovations while expanding its global operations. The vision contributes to the Japanese company's goal of becoming carbon neutral throughout the life cycle of its products by fiscal year 2050.

"The role of companies in addressing societal needs is increasingly heightened," said Nissan CEO Makoto Uchida. Nissan Ambition 2030 will usher in a new era of electrification, advance technologies to reduce our carbon footprint, and pursue new business opportunities. We want to transform Nissan into a long-term company that customers and society rely on."

The Nissan Surf-Out concept is the company's commercial and lifestyle bakkie offering. A futuristic lighting setup with a transparent grille that looks into the interior is a new idea added to this design. For constant adventure, it also has an e-FORCE all-wheel drive system with an onboard generator.

The Nissan Max-Out concept is inspired by the brand's sportscar offering, with its low ride height, sleek lines, flared arches, and open-top structure. The two-seater also has a simple interior with a movable floor.

With its boxy design, the Nissan Hang-Out concept embodies the brand's commitment to compact crossovers. This model has distinctive wheels, futuristic LED lighting, and a sleek roof box.

The cabin can also be customized by twisting the front seats around to create a social setting. Because of the tall roof design, there is plenty of headroom. The cabin also has a projector display, transforming the concept into a miniature cinema experience.

The Nissan Chill-Out concept is the most conventional, with a largely mainline crossover design that is offset by sleek panels and an LED headlamp cluster.

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