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TOKYO — It’s all too simple to fall beneath the spell of idea automobiles that automakers trot out at automobile displays. However some make it just about irresistible.
Nissan confirmed off its BladeGlider electrical car thought at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Convey on Wednesday, and it was once the sickest set of wheels on the ground at Tokyo Large Sight.
One of a couple of autos that appeared to be pulled from a sci-fi movie (extra “Tron” than “Blade Runner”), the three-seater has a knife-like form and doorways that swing up like wings.
Its profile remembers the 300-horsepower racer DeltaWing, and the inside has an arcade recreation-model driver pod.
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