Nissan is in its nifty BladeGlider EV up the hillclimb course at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.
The fully electric BladeGllider prototype that was seen in Monaco is presenting the automaker’s new 0-emission tech. The automaker says that the BladeGlider provides a sneak pick on the future of sports vehicles and on the last day of the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Expect it on the Goodwood circuit.
The company will also run this year’s GT-R up the Hill to remind the people why it is one of the most-desired supervehicles around the globe.