Nissan’s awesome BladeGlider wows Tokyo Motor Show
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TOKYO — It’s all too easy to fall under the spell of concept cars that automakers trot out at car shows. But some make it nearly irresistible.
Nissan showed off its BladeGlider electric vehicle concept at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show on Wednesday, and it was the sickest set of wheels on the floor at Tokyo Big Sight.
One of several vehicles that seemed to be pulled from a sci-fi film (more “Tron” than “Blade Runner”), the three-seater has a knife-like shape and doors that swing up like wings.
Its profile recalls the 300-horsepower racer DeltaWing, and the interior has an arcade game-style driver pod.
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