We thought the Nissan Bladeglider was awesome when we first saw it a few days ago, and judging by the fact that 7,500 of you shared it on Facebook, you guys did too. What's not to love about a road-going, 1+2 version of the world's most dramatic race car?
Well Nissan seems to be on the same page, as the company has sent this statement to the media: "When BladeGlider matures into a production car, it could be Nissan's first use of in-wheel motors. The in-wheel motors provide rear-wheel propulsion with independent motor management, while also contributing to freedom of upper body design and space-efficient packaging."
We wouldn't suggest holding your breath for this, but if it happens it's going to be great.