Designer's Concept Car is a V12-Powered Nissan Kaze Barchetta Study
Dec 26, 2013 12:54
IED Master Team has worked on an impressive Alfa Romeo Gloria Concept before, and now they are turning their focus towards a Nissan sports car with a Barchetta styled body named the Kaze.
The designer is IED Turin Transportation Design graduate, Carlos Palacios from Barcelona, Spain.
"[The] Nissan Kaze (風 ; n. Wind, breeze, gale, gust) is a track day car with a rear mid-engine 6.5L V12," Palacio told Carscoops. "The main inspiration comes from the Streamline movement of the 40's and the spirit, technology and passion of Formula 1."
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