Nissan ESFLOW is a pure embodiment of how the Zero Emission sports car of the future might look. Designed from scratch as a pure electric vehicle with extremely sporty character, the ESFLOW concept is nothing like the existing internal combustion engine powered rides adapted to run on electricity.

In the terms of outer vision, the car speaks straight for itself, boasting a long bonnet, flowing lines and masculine styling, as well as hunched arches over ultra-low profile tires fitted on six spoke lightweight alloy rims. Furthermore, the Nissan ESFLOW utilizes aluminum chassis with own roll cage and technology similar to the one found in the famous Nissan LEAF, but tuned to offer an extraordinary sporty driving experience.

The ESFLOW is a rear-wheel drive ride that is powered by two motors mounted above the axis of the rear wheels, in a mid-ship position. They deliver enough torque to catapult the Zero Emission sports car from standstill to 100 km/h in less than 5 seconds. Delivering energy for the motors is laminated lithium-ion battery packs like those in the LEAF, but in the ESFLOW the packs are located along the axis of the front and rear wheels, enabling the car to travel over 240km on one charge.

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