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Nissan Esflow Sports Coupe Concept

The Nissan Esflow Sports Coupe Concept was unveiled yesterday at the 81st edition of the Geneva Motor Show and it is a car that uses the same EV technology that we saw on the company’s first zero emission production model, the highly-acclaimed (yet quite ugly) Leaf.

Nissan Esflow Sports Coupe Concept

The concept sports not one, but two electric motors that lay over the rear axle and a 24 kWh battery pack, like the one in the Leaf. Similar to the very cool 370Z, it has a two-seat layout. By combining a RWD with weight saving techniques, the concept is able to sprint to 60 mph in less than 5 seconds and at the same time, offers almost 50% more driving range than the Leaf, which means that the drive would be able to do 150 miles before recharging the battery.

Nissan Esflow Sports Coupe Concept

The design of the Nissan Esflow Sports Coupe Concept incorporates a high belt line and a wrap-around windscreen. It has a unique body structure that is not only lighter, but also stronger. The company said that this concept is suited for a tech savvy, professional guy.

Nissan Esflow Sports Coupe Concept

However, we’ll have to wait a couple of years until Nissan will release a production version of this car which will most likely not be just as exciting as this one.

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