Hailed as this generation’s most revolutionary and exciting motorsport project, the Nissan DeltaWing - an experimental racecar powered by Nissan 1.6-litre DIG-T engine technology - is due to be raced at Le Mans 24 Hours (16-17 June).
Nissan say they want to change the face of motor racing for ever. The Nissan DeltaWing will be powered by a 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine, featuring direct petrol injection and a turbocharger. It also has half the aerodynamic drag of a conventional racer, and is surprisingly lightweight.
Not only is its technology pioneering, but its design is pretty swish-looking, too. The driver sits almost over the rear axle of the car, which has a strong rearward weight bias, making it incredibly manoeuvrable.
We've compiled a small image gallery of the Nissan DeltaWing below - what do you think? Will it change the sport forever? Do you think it has an ejector seat like the Batmobile? Let us know in the comments section below.
Nissan DeltaWing test drive The Nissan DeltaWing was unveiled yesterday The driver sits above the rear axle on the Nissan DeltaWing The rear of the Nissan DeltaWing The Nissan DeltaWing wants to change the face of racing The Nissan DeltaWing utilises incredible new Nissan technology The Nissan DeltaWing will act as test bed for new road car technologies Supporters of the Nissan DeltaWing include racing legends Dan Gurney and Don Panoz
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