Nissan BladeGlider Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The Nissan BladeGlider electric car may look like nothing more than a futuristic concept that would never see the light of day, but the Japanese auto maker has every intention to make this eco-friendly sports car a reality in the coming years.

Slated to make its official debut at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show, this concept is the same one we’ve seen evolve from the 2010 DeltaWing, sporting that hard to miss delta-shape body. The front of the vehicle is narrow, while the rear end is wider, setting up the 1+2 seating arrangement with the driver nestled in front while passengers sit behind each of his shoulders. The vehicle will be powered by a lithium-ion battery, and will produce zero emissions. As of right now, it’s unclear when the vehicle will actually hit the automotive scene, but expect more details to surface at the Tokyo Motor Show.

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