Nissan is responsible for producing some of the best sports cars out there at the moment. Now it seems they are responsible for designing some of the best sports cars that aren’t out there quite yet. They’ve developed the Nissan LEAF, first real practical family car with Zero Emissions and it seems they intend on developing the Nissan ESFLOW EV. A not so practical for family electric sports car.
Past experience will tell us concept cars rarely make it to production however promising they may sound, due to certain factors such as cost. Nissan have decided to bring out this electrifying sports vehicle anyway, which is scheduled for a debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.
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Unlike most EV designs of late, the ESFLOW is a car which is designed from scratch to run solely on electric and have Zero Emissions rather than an internal combustion engine (ICE) car that has been adapted to do so.
The ESFLOW will be a two-seater rear wheel drive, consisting of 2 electric motors, and is said to reach 0-100 km/h in less than 5 seconds. More about the concept can be read here at Nissan Europe.com.
What do you think of this Concept? How long do you think it’ll be before we see a car like this in production?