2013 Nissan IDx Freeflow Concept review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 4 December 2013 , 06:12:15 byDan

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Nissan IDx Freeflow Concept

There is almost no doubt about that fact that Japanese carmaker Toyota has a lot to show us. If we take a quick look behind, we can see the GT86, Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ coupes. Here we also have to remind you about the first generation Skyline GT-R hat was developed at the end of the 1960s. One thing that is not yet clear is that the Skyline GT-R was of great inspiration for several concepts that have been released a couple of days ago. We are now talking about the IDx Freeflow and IDx NISMO which have been spotted in the flesh at the Tokyo Motor Show.


If you take a look in the photo gallery, you will see that the new concepts really remind you of the Datsun Bluebird 1600 SSS Coupe. The reason for the two new concepts is to show that fact that Nissan and NISMO can create two different models derived from the same vehicle, which is quite impressive. The IDx Freeflow is in fact really small, measuring around 4.1 meters in width and 1.3 meters in height. Nothing is for sure, yet, but chances are the new models will come equipped with 1.2-liter to 1.5-liter gasoline units. To transfer all the output to the road, the engineers will offer a continuously variable transmission. To transfer the output to the road, the specialists have offered 19-inch wheels covered in 225/40 tires.


A sporty CVT with a 6-speed manual shift mode and rev control may also be on the list. Until more data will be available, please check out the images we have prepared for you and also, please let us know what you think about the new development the Japanese specialists have managed to develop and in a short period of time.