Zero emission car going to be introduced by Nissan at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show is called Land Glider. It is a small electric vehicle design to fit the urban runabout. It has only two seats and has extreme narrow design to adjust the dense city’s traffic and making it easier to find parking spots.
Inside the cockpit, the Land Glider’s pilot sits front and center behind a suitably futuristic instrument cluster and a steering wheel that looks like twin joysticks. According to Nissan, the steering operations are computer controlled through a drive-by-wire arrangement, so there doesn’t seem to be a
direct connection between the steering wheel and the car’s four contact patches.
Probably a bit resemble a motorcycle than a car, Land Glider is definitely a new electric vehicle concept for urban area.