Nissan ESFLOW EV Sports Car Concept at the Geneva Motor Show
Nissan has released the first details about the ESFLOW concept, ahead of its unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show. It may be a concept, but the Nissan ESFLOW electric sports car proves it's possible to remain environmentally sympathetic without having to give up the joy of driving. 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.
Looking like a Juke-ified 370Z, The new Esflow concept is defined by crisp, clean lines and an exterior color inspired by glaciers - highly reflective solidified liquid with blue tints in its shadows. The headlights with LED lights and the Nissan logo is also painted in blue, while the six spoke wheels, the side sill, roof mounted lip spoiler, and lower rear bumper contain blue carbon inserts.
On the interior, the concept features a clean and open cabin, steel framed, thickly upholstered, and increasingly motorized seats. The seats are upholstered in gold leather and perforated gold suede while the doors are trimmed in dark blue leather and suede. The same theme is also continued on the dashboard, which is also adorned with silver carbon trim, and features four multifunction illuminated LCD displays.
Borrowing from experience learned in the development of the Leaf, the ESFLOW has a pure-electric drivetrain which features two electric motors that are powered by laminated lithium-ion battery packs. Detailed specifications weren't released, but Nissan estimates the car will be able to accelerate to 100 km/h in less than five seconds and travel in excess of 240km (149 miles) on a single charge.