The Zero Emissions On Demand (ZEOD) Race Car (RC) is preparing for a year in FIA’s Garage 56 program of experimental race cars, taking up where its predecessor, the conventionally-powered DeltaWing racer (now in production and being sold to race teams) left off. The ZEOD RC is a hybrid-electric car whose electric powertrain components, batteries and motor, are straight out of Nissan’s best-selling electric, the LEAF.

You can read more about this in my article at TorqueNews.com. Meanwhile, here is a photo gallery of this awesome racing machine.

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