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UK: Nissan Wants Electric Taxis in London — One More Win for the e-NV200

Nissan has done quite a bit with the greener and cleaner side of public and private transportation. Between the Leaf and the e-NV200 and the assorted paraphernalia, Nissan has been showing up in various cities around the world to show the market that electric vehicles work perfectly well in the real world, thank you.

Nissan has done quite a bit with the greener and cleaner side of public and private transportation. Between the Leaf and the e-NV200 and the assorted paraphernalia, Nissan has been showing up in various cities around the world to show the market that electric vehicles work perfectly well in the real world, thank you.

The company isn’t abandoning its conventionally-powered vehicles, though. The NV200 – the base for the electric version, of course – with its relatively low carbon emissions, has been tasked as the new taxi for London.
Carbon Emissions Down (But Not Out)
As CleanTechnica readers may know, the NV200 has already been hailed as New York’s “Taxi of Tomorrow.” The 1.5 liter 4-cylinder diesel engine with a six-speed transmission gets over 50 miles to the gallon, which is particularly helpful in determining its eligibility to scoot professionally around London. The fact that its carbon emissions are way below London’s traditional black cabs doesn’t hurt, either.
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