[YesAuto Race] Recently, the current CEO of Nissan, Carlos Ghosn, announced Nissan’s plan to return to the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2014 at the new headquarters building of Nismo Motorsport International, located in Yokohama, Japan. He also said that the full-line LMP1 endurance car designed by Nismo Nismo will be a “pioneer race car” that applies a lot of new technologies.
Earlier this month, Nissan decided to abandon the previous DeltaWing racing project, and then announced that its direct line, Nismo, will lead the development of future Nissan Le Mans racing cars, and Nissan promised that future racing cars will use electric car technology in large quantities. From the figure, we can see that the new car basically follows the traditional design of the LMP1 group of cars. The detailed design like the headlights is more mechanical. If you want to know whether its performance can meet the title of “pioneer racing”, it seems that Nissan The car fans only have to wait until next year. (Compilation/Car Home Sun Di)