2010 Nissan Sports Cars iv ConceptAt the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show also includes the LA Design Challenge, a competition that has asked automotive producers from around the world to create eco-conscious vehicles with a top design that weigh less than 1,000 pounds (454 kg).
In 2010, Nissan launched an innovative LEAF as the first mass production electric vehicle in the world, as well as a beginning for the future vision of zero emissions Nissan. Forward to 2035: electric vehicles and green technology infrastructure which matured into a fully sustainable dream, that brings to life.
2010 Nissan Sports Cars iv ConceptUsing industry-leading technology, Nissan iV maximize the driving experience by eliminating excess. Nissan makes deep longing and joy of driving with EV that can offer exciting and strikingly beautiful, fast performance with zero fault.
2010 Nissan Sports Cars iv ConceptInfused with Nissan’s heritage of sports cars and performance, 2010 Nissan Sports Cars iv Concept is a high-performance EV inspired by nature’s intelligent beauty and crafted by human ingenuity. The iV is a super-lightweight sports cars tourer that showcases “organic synthetics,” a revolutionary manufacturing technique in which automotive parts are cultivated like agriculture in a 100% sustainable, carbon-neutral process.
2010 Nissan Sports Cars iv ConceptEvery detail is the vehicle uses an interwoven organic frame, that is built from a biopolymer frame which mixes fast-growing ivy and re-enforced with spider silk composite. This allows the frame to be flexible and light, yet ultra-strong.
The 2010 Nissan Sports Cars iv Concept seats four and features a photo-voltaic rooftop, a slim bio-battery provides stability and regenerative capacitor technology that recoups 60% of kinetic energy spent.
The vehicle is powered by concentric hub-less in-wheel electric motors, which also acts as a suspension and steering, using magnetic levitation and propulsion. Concentric magnetic rings amplify rotation with each outer ring to boost high-speed performance and provide independent wheel control for ultimate handling and maneuverability.
2010 Nissan Sports Cars iv ConceptNissan’s president Carlos Ghosn has publicly said that the company’s success depends on its ability to develop and deploy electric vehicles that excite the masses. The 2010 Nissan Sports Cars iv Concept is part of Nissan’s zero emissions future. The Renault/Nissan partnership with Better Place will result in more than 100,000 battery-swap enabled sedans on the road in Israel and Denmark, with cars and charging infrastructure slated for Toronto, Hawaii and the San Francisco Bay Area.
Through superior technology, 2010 Nissan Sports Cars iv Concept maximize the driving experience by eliminating the excess burden. Nissan will meet a deep longing for pleasure driving with beautiful electric car capable of providing satisfactory performance without the need to feel guilty.
2010 Nissan Sports Cars iv Concept