What is the Nissan BladeGlider concept sports car?
This weekend at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in England, Nissan is rolling out several of its most-wanted sports cars including the GT-R NISMO and MY17, as well as the BladeGlider. The NISMO and MY17 have made quite the names for themselves as of late, but you may be wondering, “What is the Nissan BladeGlider concept sports car?”
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What are the Nissan BladeGlider specs?
The BladeGlider is an all-electric, zero-emission concept car determined to flip the electric vehicle (EV) market on its head. Not only is the BladeGlider an EV, but it is also the future of sports cars. With the ability to go from 0-60 mph in less than five seconds with a top speed of 115 mph, the BladeGlider certainly stands out from rival EVs as it leaves them in the past.
What does the BladeGlider mean for future Nissan releases?
While the BladeGlider is not yet scheduled for a production model, it is evidence of a few very important things. First, Nissan is on its way to giving the world a whole new kind of EV. Second, although the Bladeglider itself may not be a production car, there may very well come a day when a Nissan production-line EV packs the same punch. Third, and perhaps most importantly, the BladeGlider proves that Nissan makes its EVs the same way it makes its gas-powered vehicles – better than the competition.Read more: What are the 2017 Nissan Titan and Titan XD King Cab Prices?We hope this has helped to answer your question, “What is the Nissan BladeGlider concept sports car?” Be sure to follow our blog for the latest info on the BladeGlider and many other Nissan vehicles. While you’re at it, check out our massive inventory and schedule a test drive for your favorite model. Our financing team would also be happy to answer any questions you may have. We hope to see you soon!
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