Nissan ES Flow
Zero Emission Sports Car
This is the ESFLOW Concept. It’s inspired by the design of the legendary Z®, the breathtaking performance of the GT-R®, and the remarkable innovations that drive Nissan LEAF®. ESFLOW is our first 100% electric, no gas, high-performance, sports car.
Power for the motors comes from the same lithium-ion battery packs used in the Nissan LEAF®. In ESFLOW, the packs are located along the axis of the front and rear wheels, centralizing the car’s mass. These cleverly positioned batteries enable the car to travel over 150 miles on a single charge. When you do need to recharge, you’ll find the charging plug-in built into the air ducts beneath the ESFLOW’s blue LED front lights—like a well-kept secret.
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