Following two years of outline, building and improvement, BladeGlider has turned into a genuine study on the execution capability of cutting edge electric cars
The BladeGlider is an electric car arranged with a solitary seat for the driver in the front and two travelers in the back and will be available at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro for media and VIPs.
The BladeGlider was displayed as an concept electric car at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2013. The Japanese automaker needed to utilize the festival of the Olympic Games that begin today in Brazil to demonstrate this modern vehicle and have two useful units in Rio de Janeiro, one will be uncovered statically in the Olympic Park, and the second will transport agents of the media and VIP.
Nissan BladeGlider measurements are 4,300 mm long, 1,850 wide and 1,300 high, with a wheelbase of 2,800 mm and a weight of 1,300 kg.
Show models have propelled undercarriage arrangement, with a thin front track and a more extensive back track which gives an extremely proficient streamlined features and steadiness. Joining the set two electric engines of 130 kW (174 hp), one for each of the back wheels, created by Williams Advanced Engineering, with an aggregate force of 200 kW (268 hp) and can quicken from 0 to 100 km/h in 5 seconds and a greatest pace of 190 km/h. The battery encourages, lithium particle and five modules, has a yield of 220 kW. Nissan does not give an account of its capacity not on independence advertised. Engines and batteries join an uncommon cooling framework.
It has a torque rectification framework that sends more torque to the outside wheel on the off chance that it identifies understeer. This framework has three working modes: off, deft and float.
Nissan BladeGlider in Rio de Janeiro