Looking like a Juke-ified 370Z, the ESFLOW features a composite body and a pure-electric drivetrain.
Nissan has released the first details about the ESFLOW concept, ahead of its unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show.
Looking like a Juke-ified 370Z, the ESFLOW features a composite body which covers a lightweight aluminum chassis that incorporates an integrated roll cage. Furthermore, the car has a glacier-inspired paint scheme, LED lighting units, and a flip-out charging port that is hidden in the front air duct.
While no interior pictures were released, Nissan says the cabin is "clean and open" with silver carbon fiber trim and seats that are sculpted into the rear bulkhead.
Borrowing from experience learned in the development of the Leaf, the ESFLOW has a pure-electric drivetrain which features two electric motors that are powered by laminated lithium-ion battery packs. Detailed specifications weren't released, but Nissan estimates the car will be able to accelerate to 100 km/h in less than five seconds and travel in excess of 240km (149 miles) on a single charge.
Check out the press release for additional information