Nissan has unveiled a working prototype of its Bladeglider concept, which is an electric-powered three-seater car. It is in a less V-shaped overhead profile, resulting in more track stability and better weight balance. The overall length of the car is 4,3 m long by 1,85 m wide and 1,3 m high. The wheelbase is 2,8 m.
The open cockpit design with overall wedge shaping is accented by “reverse-butterfly” doors that open back and up. The entire car is a display of angles and edges that protrude and slice off of and through one another. The steering wheel packs in all of the car’s driver information displays with a large central LCD screen surrounded by buttons and selectors that reminds a Formula racing.
It has a total of 200 kW power thanks to two 130-kW motors and a total torque output of 707 Nm. Weighted 1.300 kg car reaches a 0-100 km/h of under five seconds, while top speed is listed at over 190 km/h.
A 220-kW lithium-ion battery pack supplies the power for more than 160 km per charge. Batteries and motors are liquid cooled. The driving version can be seen in action in the video below.