The Nissan ESFLOW looks pretty mean for an electric production concept car, but deep down inside, it is but a Leaf. Yeah, the rather tame electric vehicle from Nissan sports a totally new and radical look in this concept, where it is tipped to debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March – the whole intention of this? To make it look a whole lot more appealing to other people who want to help save the environment while looking good riding in it. Two motors inside will help the ESFLOW hit zero to 60 in under five seconds, while additional lithium-ion batteries will boost its range to 150 miles, not to mention having the added advantage of the Leaf’s extra-quick charge time. We would like to see whether the pricing of this will match the Leaf’s or exceed it.
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