The design of the body, with a much smaller front than the rear, results in a distribution of the particular seat width: the driver is located in a centered position while passengers are in the two rear seats. The car comes with two pivot doors hinged at the back of the car, a solution that, according to Nissan, allows access to very comfortable and spacious interior to its three occupants.
The instrument board consists of a colored display which shows the speed of the vehicle, the charge level of the battery, the power regeneration mode and torque map. In addition, on its both sides there are two other screens displaying images captured by two cameras located behind the front wheels (image). Thus, Nissan dispenses the usual mirrors and brings this new concept.
The seats are bucket type, made from a mixture of fabrics and coated with epoxy resin, a material which is known for its resistance and grip. They can be ordered in two different colors: Stealth Cyber Green or Orange. The seat belts of the three occupants have four anchor points.
The BlideGlider has two electric motors that are responsible for moving each of the rear wheels independently. Together, they give 272 hp and 707 Nm of torque. The battery is lithium ion and consists of five modules with a cooling system. The BladeGlider is able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in “less than five seconds” and achieve “more than 190 km / h” of maximum speed. No data on autonomy.
This prototype has a control system torque that allows a step faster curve sending more or less force to each of the driving wheels depending on the power demand and the selected mode of action (there are three: off, agile and drift).