Japanese automaker Nissan Motors is set to launch the all-new battery-powered ‘Nissan Esflow’ in March this year at the Geneva Auto Show. The all-electric Japanese tech-piece is already buzzing around the web with many images and company provided details.
As per the details available, the Nissan Esflow idea, which is attached to the electric underpinnings of the Leaf (Nissan's four-door electric car), gets a remarkable similarity to its gas-powered 370Z Stablemate, with a likely touch of the old BMW M Couple in its hatchback-like rear haunches and inclined roofline. Up front, a long and wide hood provides approach to a sharply raked windscreen. Front and rear bumper projects are smallest, with the large wheels pushed to the limits of the car.
Interior photos not yet revealed by Nissan; but an exterior shot discloses a bit of racing style seating usually found on a Ferrari F430 Challenge Stradale, signifying the sporting target of this electric stallion.