Designed by Jaebum Choi, the futuristic Nissan GT-R (X) 2050 has a design unlike any other supercar you’ve probably seen. It has a single-seat and measures just 2-feet tall by 10-feet long. Now the unique part is that the driver is required to lay flat, as they would basically be wearing the vehicle like an extension of their body. They’ll also need to wear a virtual reality helmet with Nissan’s own Brain-to-Vehicle technology that syncs to a camera system its unique steering controls require.
Step inside, and you’ll realize there’s no steering wheel or normal controls, and that’s because it utilizes a brain to core transmitter that converts thoughts into digital form and transmits them to a glowing blue plasma energy core. Unfortunately, you won’t be seeing this supercar in showrooms anytime soon, but Nissan did build a 10-foot-long 1:1 model that could make its way to future automotive trade shows.
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JB is a super-talented, super-creative designer and his ideas about future supercars driven by brain-to-vehicle integration fit perfectly with Nissan’s advanced work in the B2V field. His thesis was all about demonstrating the emotional connection technology can create, and the benefit that it can deliver for customers. It was super exciting for the NDA team to help JB give form to this idea as a 1:1 model,” said David Woodhouse, Nissan Design America VP.