Nissan Kaze Has 1940's Spirit and F1 Technology

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Japanese concept is a throwback to the forties combined with cutting-edge tech.

Carlo Palacios was one of the students from Turin's IED that created the Gloria concept for the Geneva Motor Show. The Barcelona-born designer has now unveiled a solo project. Dubbed the Nissan Kaze (Japanese for wind, breeze, and gale), the design study began as a project for a Spanish university racing team but evolved into something different. With a Barchetta-style body, the track day concept is inspired by Streamline cars of the 40s and comes with a rear mid-engine 6.5-liter V12.

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