On the 2010 Los Angeles auto show Nissan car maker also brought new concept sedan car, it’s Nissan Ellure Concept. We get information from Nissan, Ellure represents Nissan’s commitment to the sedan segment, but not any particular upcoming model.
“Aerodynamics has become a critical element of design for all vehicles today, not just hybrids or EVs. We’ve used Ellure to explore subtle ways to reduce or eliminate body openings that can cause drag, such as the solid yet transparent coverings on the wheels and grilles, without impacting the beauty of the vehicle.” said, Shiro Nakamura, Nissan senior VP and Chief Creative Officer.
2010 Nissan Ellure Concept has aerodynamic design, on thanks to an underbody pan, covered 21-inch wheels covered with clear plates, and those sinuous curves. Also, the grille is inspired by a formal samurai coat, or Kamishino, while the rear takes cues from the Torii gates found on Shinto shrines.
For the engine Nissan Ellure powered by 2.5-liter supercharged 4-cylinder engine connected to a 25 kW electric motor driving the front wheels through an Xtronic continuously variable transmission.
On interior 2010 Nissan Ellure Concept se Molten design, houses a floating center console, incorporates lines from the concept’s exterior to help fuse passenger and passer-by experiences.