Next month, Nissan plans to unveil its Esflow Concept sports car at the 2011 Geneva Auto Show. While not much info is given on it, pictures are all over the web. Built using the same technology as its four-door electric Leaf, which so conveniently hits driveways this spring, the Esflow sort of resembles its gas-powered 370Z sibling with a bit of a hatchback-like rear.
At the front, a long and wide hood gives way to a sharply raked windscreen, while front and rear bumper overhangs are minimal, with the large wheels pushed to the extremities of the car. No interior shots have been released, but one exterior shot did indicate a racing style seating view. The Esflow’s features are rounded out by LED lighting and interior LCD screens to an ultra-low profile all-aluminum chassis with an integrated roll bar system.
In terms of performance numbers, Nissan says that the lithium-ion batteries powering twin rear motors combine for a 0-60 mph time in around 4 seconds with a 150-mile charge range.