EASY MOBILITY IN YOKOHAMA

| 2013-09-29 | 0 Comments

Nissan has announced an ambitious one-way car sharing service with the City of Yokohama that is the first of its kind in Japan to involve significant use of ultra-compact EVs.

Nissan_NMCCalled “Choimobi Yokohama,” this new service, which will be provided in the downtown core of Yokohama, will eventually employ up to 100 units of the Nissan New Mobility Concept ultra-compact electric vehicle. The 234 cm long and 123 cm wide two-seater vehicle weights 500 kg. It is powered by lithium-ion batteries
with maximum speed of 80km/h.

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