IED Turin alumni Carlos Palacios has revealed his new Nissan Kaze concept.

IED Turin alumni Carlos Palacios has revealed his new Nissan Kaze concept.

Named after the Japanese word for wind, the Kaze is a two-seat track car that draws inspiration from the "Streamline movement of the 40's and the spirit, technology and passion of Formula 1." The end result is a stylish roadster with an aerodynamic design and a number of carbon fiber components. We can also see a panoramic windscreen, a minimalistic cabin and a center-mounted dual exhaust system.

Palacios envisions the car would be powered by a rear, mid-mounted 6.5-liter V12 engine so the Kaze would probably offer plenty of performance and a hefty rear weight bias.

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