It’s official – Nissan to power the Deltawing project from AAR
- Nissan leads efficiency charge as founding partner of project
- Innovative new racing car to run at Le Mans with Nissan technology
- Nissan DeltaWing will act as test bed for new road car technologies
- Drive for efficiency will see car use half the fuel of its conventional counterparts, bringing Nissan “PureDrive” principles to the track
- Initial backers include racing legends Dan Gurney and Don Panoz, concept designer Ben Bowlby and Michelin
- Special invitation from ACO to occupy ‘Garage 56’
- Car to wear number ‘0’ and run outside race classification
LONDON, United Kingdom (13 March 2012) – Nissan is aiming to change the face of endurance racing forever by becoming a founding partner in the most radical motorsport project of its time – Nissan DeltaWing.
A highly-advanced and hugely-efficient Nissan engine will power the remarkable DeltaWing car as it races in anger for the first time at the legendary Le Mans 24 Hours (16-17 June).