2011 Nissan Esflow is an electric sports car concept that has taken styling of the Nissan 370Z and GT-R, and will make its official debut at the Geneva Auto Show 2011. This vehicle has a pure concept featuring sports cars with the environmental benefits of using electric vehicles. Nissan says that Esflow created to give you an idea how the zero-emissions sports car future may be visible. The exterior was designed by the front glass cover, with the composite body through aluminum chassis, and wheels that inserting six carbon blue and roof-mounted spiler. The Esflow consists of two electric motors, each of artifacts on the rear wheels. Nissan has said that these cars have traveled 62 mph in under 5 seconds and can run more than 150 miles on a single charge.
Nissan also made an effort to get lithium-ion battery packs used in the Leaves Nissan. Nissan Esflow. ESFLOW has been created from the ground up as a pure electric vehicle, to give an idea of how a Zero Emission sports car of the future Might look. Living ecologically Often has been seen as an act of austerity – to save one’s environmental conscience sacrifices must be made. ESFLOW is here to address That misconception.
Owning an ecologically sound car does not have to come at the expense of driving enjoyment. The briefest glance at the ESFLOW is Enough to tell you what kind of car it is: a long bonnet leading into a steeply raked, wrap around windscreen, the compact cabin Placing the occupants bang on the car’s center of gravity, hunched arches over the ultra- low profile Tyres wrapped around six spoke wheels. ESFLOW is unmistakably a sports car, and those in the know will from Recognize its heritage – hints of classic and contemporary Nissan sports cars abound.
Vitally, ESFLOW is not an existing ICE (internal combustion engine) powered vehicle That has been adapted to run on electricity, but a sports car that’s been Designed from the outset as a Zero Emission Vehicle. That means this Nissan’s forward thinking designers have free rein Had to place the power train and batteries in the optimum positions to benefit the car’s handling and performance and enhancing the Thrill of driving.