While the debut of the new Nissan ESFLOW Concept isn’t round the corner till the Geneva Motor Show, the makers have given what can be called a trifle meeting with the cars at Frankfurt, Germany.
The High Gear Media team was there to bring you the news and the first look of the futuristic car designed by Nissan.
The specialty of this car other than its futuristic looks and features is that the entire car has been made of aluminum and carbon fiber. The Nissan ESFLOW Concept is the company’s vision of a zero-emission sports car.
Using technology pioneered by the Leaf the Nissan Company attempts to show that driving for tomorrow can be equally enjoyable as it is today. With reduced emission the car is a nice attempt to control the excessive pollution of our atmosphere.
Few of the specs of the car are discussed below
- The car has a lightweight aluminum chassis and composite body.
- The same lithium-ion battery has been used that is used in the Leaf.
- The Nissan ESFLOW Concept promises an impressive 150miles per charge along with the same exhilarating experience.
The interior of the car is equally good as the external looks, with a blue tone the futuristic look is well maintained throughout the vehicle.
The battery pack has been mounted low with a mind for weight distribution for better preservation of handling and steering balance. The company claims that the rear wheel drive ESFLOW will manage decent acceleration of around 0-62mph in less than 5seconds.
The car is surprisingly close to production, though you might get the hint from its alien looks that the car is and will be a concept. The Nissan Company says that the technology behind this vehicle is existing, but used in an innovative manner.
The curves in the car are not steel but composite wrapped in aluminum and the powertrain as said before is derived from the version of the Leaf. The car when it will be launched is sure to bring about a new era of automobile technology, things that are sustainable and yet support current development.