Nissan Land Glider with Innovative Computer Controlled Steering System

The Nissan Land Glider is a compact electric vehicle concept that features an innovative computer controlled steering system, allowing the car lean into the turns for better balance. The driver seat is placed centrally inside the narrow cabin of this two-seater car and another seat for the passenger is located directly behind the driver’s seat. The steering wheel has been designed like a flight yoke and cameras and monitors have replaced the rear view mirrors. The dashboard is one more thing of the car that you have never seen in any other cars. With the potentially lighter weight and narrow profile, this electric car is being expected to hit the crowd soon.

nissan land glider car concept

nissan land glider car concept

nissan land glider car concept

nissan land glider car concept

nissan land glider car concept

nissan land glider car concept

nissan land glider car concept

nissan land glider car concept

Designer : Nissan

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filsan says: November 12, 2009

wow! I can’t wait for the car to come out!

stephen russell says: November 13, 2009

The 80s TV show Knight Rider used a yoke steering wheel for KITT, Test yoke on ALL car models, & types
& this Id rent for tooling around Munch, Bonn,
Berlin, Rome alone.
Nice Urban use pod car

Kocmoc says: November 14, 2009

Interestingly, will be the place for luggage?

electric glider says: November 18, 2009

1ST time i saw it beautyfull and latest technolongy car i love it .mini

devine ntrvntn says: November 24, 2009

Wow i really dont like this as much as some of the other car maker’s ideas…the interior is very interesting though..the outside just doesnt grab me like mazda or audi’s designs. i expected more from nissan.

chris makela says: November 18, 2011

cool

brett says: January 31, 2012

its a match box car







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