Thursday, September 13, 2007

Nissan concept car 'Mixim' for computer generation


Nissan unveiled its all-electric concept car ‘Mixim’ during 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show, which features 1+2 seating arrangement with a central driving position and swiveling captain's chair and adopts an LCD command center displaying a virtual representation of the front wheels that actually turn in real time with steering inputs.

The car is powered by what Nissan calls the Super Motor, which is fed by a pack of high-output lithium ion batteries. The Super Motor is unique compared to other electric motors in that it has two drive shafts and is able to power the left and right wheels independently.
Posted by Ribhararnus Pracutian at 12:51 AM |  
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