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2011 Nissan Electric Sports Cars ESFLOW Concept

The ESFLOW concept cars will be unveiled at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show (3-13 March) where it will share the Nissan stand with a number of other innovative and exciting newcomers - but with one major difference: these are production ready.

2011 Nissan Electric Sports Cars ESFLOW Concept

The 2011 Nissan Electric Sports Cars ESFLOW Concept isn’t scheduled to be unveiled until the 2011 Geneva Motor Show in just a couple of weeks. Nissan plans to reveal its new electric concept, called Esflow, at the Chicago Auto Show this year. The car will make its world debut at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show from March.

Nissan has a reputation for creating some of the most exhilarating sports cars on the market. Nissan has also developed the world's first practical Zero Emission family car, the Nissan LEAF. Now Nissan has put that expertise together. It has captured the excitement of a sports car and the environmental benefits of an electric vehicle and blended them into one dramatic two-seater concept: ESFLOW.

2011 Nissan Electric Sports Cars ESFLOW Concept

It may be a concept, but the Nissan ESFLOW electric sports cars proves it's possible to remain environmentally sympathetic without having to give up the joy of driving. It looks like a sports car, handles like a sports car and performs like one too. But Nissan ESFLOW Concept cars is different to every other sports car yet built: it's electric. Using technology pioneered in the award-winning Nissan LEAF, the EV concept shows that driving can still be as much fun tomorrow as it is today.

Ecological minimalism need not come at the expense of luxury. The cabin of the 2011 Nissan Electric Sports Cars ESFLOW Concept is clean and open and weight saving has been a priority throughout its design, but it is still a comfortable and pleasant place to sit. By far the heaviest components in modern cars' interiors are the steel framed, thickly upholstered and increasingly motorized seats. In 2011 Nissan Electric Sports Cars ESFLOW Concept the seats are sculpted into the rear bulkhead of the car, negating the need for a heavy frame. This of course means that they are immobile, but this is of no consequence as the fly-by-wire steering and pedals adjust electrically to the best spot to suit each individual driver's size and preferred driving position.

2011 Nissan Electric Sports Cars ESFLOW Concept

Nissan ESFLOW Concept is rear-wheel drive and it runs on two cars. The vehicle's graceful proportions allow the dual electric motors to be placed above the axis of the rear wheels, in a mid-ship role,. These automobiles independently control the left and proper wheels, and so the torque is optimized to make certain extremely good car balance and control in addition to green energy regeneration. The vehicles produce enough torque in an instantaneous for it to attain a 100kph in underneath five seconds.

Power for the cars comes from the identical laminated lithium-ion battery packs used within the Nissan LEAF, but in ESFLOW the packs are located alongside the axis of the the front and rear wheels. This centralizes the mass of the auto, and as a result its rotation point, near the motive force's hips. These cleverly placed batteries enable the automobile to travel over 240km on one price.

2011 Nissan Electric Sports Cars ESFLOW Concept

The colors of this Esflow are inspired from glaciers, with highly reflective blue-tinted solidified liquid shapes. Even if this concept will not hit the production line too soon, it could be a great source of inspiration for Nissan’s future sports cars.

2011 Nissan Electric Sports Cars ESFLOW Concept

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