The Nissan Terra SUV concept features 4X4 fuel cell electric engine and three electric motors.
Nissan Motor Corporation recently took the wraps off the Terra zero-emission SUV concept at the 2016 Guangzhou Auto Show in China. The Japanese carmaker has also displayed several new models at the event including the 2017 Nissan GT-R. The company has also commenced accepting bookings for the Venucia T90 sports SUV, which is priced from RMB 120,000.
Nissan says that the TeRRA SUV concept is the mobility solution for searching a balance between clean energy and usability. It’s Nissan’s latest vision of zero-emission and sustainable mobility that is uncompromising in passenger comfort.
The Nissan Terra SUV concept features 4X4 fuel cell electric engine and three electric motors. While the front wheels receive power from the Nissan Leaf’s electric system, the rear wheels source power from two in-wheel electric motors. With a world-leading power density of 2.5W/L, the Terra’s fuel cell electric stack offers zero emissions into SUV segment.
The SUV has lightweight body with aerodynamic design. The vehicle features large rugged tyres, a trim waist between pronounced fenders and thick pillars. Inside, the SUV gets wood trim and colored acrylic contrast with unique diagonal seating layout. There is a front passenger seat angled slightly behind the driver’s seat and same in the rear side. It offers ample storage space, thanks to its foldable third seat.
The SUV gets a dockable electronic tablet that serves as an ‘Intelligent Key’. This system, when docked, displays speed, performance indicators and solve entertainment, communication and navigation purposes.
“After achieving more than 1 million sales in 2015, Dongfeng Nissan, in 2016, is in the way for another outstanding year in China. The best year ever.” said Airton Cousseau, Managing Director of DFL-PV. ”Under the ‘Young Nissan’ strategy, we have been offering innovative and exciting products and an excellent car ownership experience for our Chinese customers who are young—or young-at-heart.”