Nissan ESFLOW Concept to Appear at Geneva


Hot off the success of its LEAF EV, Nissan has announced that it will show off its ESFLOW electric car concept at the Geneva Motor Show. The new concept will be different from the LEAF EV and the vehicle will have more in common with the Tesla Roadster than the LEAF. The ESFLOW is a clean-sheet design that uses two motors in the rear wheels to allow for a 0 to 60 mph sprint in less than 5 seconds.

The ESFLOW does, however, use the same battery system as the LEAF, and these are mounted along both axles as a means of optimizing weight distribution. The Range is expected to be up to about 150 miles, boosted by a lightweight aluminum chassis. Inside, the pedals and steering wheel adjusts while the seats remain fixed. We're looking forward to hearing more about the ESFLOW at its debut at the Geneva Motor Show.

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