Think of the 2,866-pound Nissan BladeGlider as a futuristic electric go-kart that sports a 220-kilowatt lithium-ion battery, powered by an electric 174-hp motor at each of the rear wheels. What does equate to? Around 268-horsepower and 521 lb-ft of torque for starters, enabling the vehicle to hit 62 mph in under 5-seconds, while topping out at 115mph. The coolest feature lets drivers adjust the torque vectoring system with three settings: off, agile, and drift mode. Click here for more pictures of the BladeGlider. Continue reading for another video and more information.
“The prototype now has rear-hinged doors, and its two-tone color scheme looks more cohesive than in the previous version. Inside the cabin, you’ll notice a more conventional, circular steering wheel that once again sits in the center of the dash. A center display showing critical vehicle information is surrounded on either side by two screens,” reports Motor Trend