Nissan V2G Youthmobile 2030 charms judges at LA Auto Show Design Challenge

December 8, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

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The Los Angeles Auto Show has seen a slew of out of the world concepts that could hit the tarmac at a later stage. One which stood out was the ‘Youthmobile 2030’ from the Nissan stables. Part of this year’s Design Challenge, the Nissan Youthmobile 2030  born out of the Nissan V2G concept has been designed as a vehicle for the Gen Z drivers.

In fact, the Youthmobile for 2030 was picked as the best among the innovative concepts for the design’s inventive and solution-oriented features. The Youthmobile for 2030 emerged the best built using the V2G design. Multi-discipline design professionals mulled over the design and scrutinized the entries at the Los Angeles Auto Show Design Challenge and finally zeroed in on factors such as originality of creative concept, integration of futuristic design elements and level of adaptation to the needs of the youth consumer in 2030. The Youthmobile 2030 stood on top of the table.

Truly futuristic, the Nissan V2G (vehicle-to-grid) concept is aimed at a scene where there would be electrified highway systems.  Designed as a low-cost transport solution, the Youthmobile for 2030 has been built via different access plans. Significant is the fact the vehicles can even interlock and form traveling flocks while on the grid. Nissan is also providing the option of giving the drivers of the future generation to stray away from the grid. The Youthmobile for 2030 can also be customized plug-and-play upgrades if needed.

(Via Gizmag)

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