Triple BladeGlider electric car from Nissan
In recent years, European showrooms filled with the so-called concepts, which are five minutes to a stock car … And Dubai show its own car Devel Sixteen
Occasionally when someone shows a truly futuristic ideas. But never the Tokyo Motor Show did not let their visitors, showing off a variety of futuristic concepts that are a breath of fresh air.
One of these, of course, can be considered a radical concept Nissan BladeGlider.
Inspired equally radical Nissan DeltaWing racing cars and Nissan ZEOD RC, conceptual BladeGlider has similarly situated front wheels, which narrow the front of up to one meter, creating an arrow-shaped body.
According to the creators, the main feature of this form is an incredible aerodynamics and unprecedented control, which plays a radical weight distribution – 30/70! Such weight distribution is achieved at the expense of established electric motors in the rear wheels, which will manage separately the special system.
Open body of carbon fiber provides a light weight, but by arrow shaped, the driver is located in the middle with two passengers on the sides – just like the legendary McLaren F1! But if in the McLaren F1 was difficult to climb and climb out, then come in and get out of this concept will not only open up the door, but to move toward the driver’s seat.
To make the driver feel a real pilot, surrounded by a panoramic windscreen, and in
hands go futuristic steering wheel. Conceived and sports a removable hardtop,
which seems to be
will be left at home.
But the Japanese do not want to stop at the concept stage and want to run BladeGlider into production! Thus, Nissan wants to offer the market something completely new and fresh in comparison with what is now offering the sports car market, in fact, this idea has proven itself in motor racing.
Before the premiere of this concept, the executive vice president of Nissan, Andy Palmer (Andy Palmer), said in an interview that the couple Toyota GT86/Subaru BRZ is a car for a 50-year-old suffering from a midlife crisis, and that the Tokyo Nissan will reveal the answer “midlife crisis.” Is not this concept meant Andy Palmer? If so, it must embody the successor to this model as the Nissan Silvia, whose production was stopped in 2002. But do not expect that fans of rear-wheel Silvius! Not like a futuristic aircraft, and even the electric!
Of course, this carbon fiber electric car can not cost as much and GT86/BRZ, it can be attributed to a niche VW XL1. So, wake up hope that Nissan stashed another, more real card up his sleeve, which is the successor model Silvia, Nissan showed us because not all of its Tokyo’s new items, including the Nissan GT-R NISMO, which will also be unveiled in Tokyo . We can only wait for news from Nissan in the coming days.