Nissan GT-R Nismo and Nissan BladeGlider


nissan bladeglier
Nissan BladeGlider

Geneva, Switzerland--March 4, 2014: Two of the biggest attractions of the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show have made the trip to Geneva to make their European debuts today.

The thrilling GT-R Nismo is a thrilling race-inspired version of Nissan's legendary supercar, delivering 600PS (441kw) from advanced 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V6. Nissan latest member of the Nismo family employs innovation, uncompromising engineering and motorsports-inspired technologies to achieve new levels of power, speed and handling. For full details click here .

While the GT-R Nismo showcases some of Nissan's most exciting innovations for today, the BladeGlider concept looks ahead to tomorrow's performance car technology.

Nissan's latest sports concept will challenge conventional thinking on sports car performance handling, braking and weight distribution. The Nissan BladeGlider features a radical front narrow track layout, where the front is significantly narrower than the rear, creating a swept-wing profile when seen from directly above.

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