2010 NISSAN ELLURE CONCEPT
Nissan has also brought the Ellure Concept at LA Show. Nissan says the Ellure represents Nissan’s commitment to the sedan segment, but not any particular upcoming model.
It is 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.
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.
Ellure 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.
In interior of Nissan Ellure Concept use Molten design, houses a floating center console, incorporates lines from the concept’s exterior to help fuse passenger and passer-by experiences. Also, there is a full wraparound treatment from front to back that starts with the dashboard and moves around the “lounge-like” rear seat. Eco-materials are used throughout, too, like chrome-free “eco-tanned” leather on the dash and eco-suede on the front seats (ultra-suede in back, playa).
2010 HONDA FIT EV CONCEPT
The Honda Fit EV Concept displayed at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show features an exclusive Deep Clear Blue Pearl exterior color and distinctive five-spoke aluminum-alloy wheels with blue inserts. The Concept has unique LED headlights, a chrome front fascia, aerodynamic bumper, clear LED taillights and EV decals. Inside, the Honda Fit EV Concept is outfitted in an eco-friendly gray bio-fabric on the seating surfaces.
2010 Honda Fit EV Concept powered by a lithium-ion battery and coaxial electric motor. It is utilizes the same 5-passenger layout found in the popular Fit hatchback. The Honda Fit EV will have a top speed of 90 mph.
In interior is equipped standard connectivity system that allows the driver to stay connected through a smartphone and personal computer, or the Honda-exclusive interactive remote, while away from the vehicle. Or chose interactive remote provides connectivity to the vehicle without the need for an internet connection or mobile phone signal. In addition The Honda Fit EV will come equipped with a standard Honda Satellite Linked Navigation System™ that includes a public charging-station locator capability.
Battery recharging can be accomplished in less than 12 hours when using a conventional 120-volt outlet, and less than six hours when using a 240-volt outlet.