Author: Rick |
March 20, 2012 |
In: Concept Cars, High-Res, Nissan
Category: Concept Cars, High-Res, Nissan
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Ok, What I know about auto Engineering would fill a thimble. That said I wouldn't think the front end would be that good in road hugging with it being so narrow.. Obviously they know something I don't, so carry on then
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its like someone mixed a dragster and a f1 car into one…
This post is useless without dyno graph…
Not really, but it would be nice. :)
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Looks like the bastard child of the 1989 Batmobile and a Bonneville racer. With the narrow front and wide rear, I can't imagine it'll be easy to properly nail an apex. Woof!
THAT's a LeMans racer? Looks more like Batman at Bonneville!
Batman wants to know how his new car is meant to turn with that layout!
Fucking waste of money, it'll never go anywhere. Especially with panoz behind it lol
Too bad Panoz hasent raced anything in years.
Those front wheels and tires reminds me of a drag car.
Does Batman know they stole his car?
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I think that because the low weight and especially the low weight over the nose, and the fact that the weels are more centered is the reason this works quite well in a corner.
The problem you have with a normal car is that the front is quite heavy, a racecar has a 50/50 weight distribution, that means there's quite some weight that needs to be shifted in another direction, when doing so allot of weight leans on one of the two front wheels, and that makes it harder to corner because it loses grip when changing direction.
In this case the weight is shifted to the rear wheel on the outside of the corner giving that more grip when it needs it. The front wheels are in the center, so they always make almost the same amount of contact with the road no matter if you are in a corner or not, thats because the car pivots on its center axis.
In theory its an awesome idea, and it looks like it also works in reality.
#24 hell yeah! more of her, cool race car btw
imagine being the guy who sees this in the re-manufacturing company while the truck is back for re-armor and ugdarpes? I’d keep the part and try to hunt down the guy who wrote that and give it back to him.
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