Nissan New Mobility Concept Ready to Roll

While getting ready to forever change the face of the automotive world, Japanese manufacturer Nissan has apparently not concentrated all its efforts to get the launch of the Leaf off with flying colors.

The carmaker is still working on developing new models and concepts, previews of a greener, less crowded city life of the future. So it's the case with the model presented today by Nissan, bluntly called New Mobility Concept.

The ultra-compact electric vehicle is powered by a not-yet detailed drivetrain. It's features are also unknown, as are its performances (word is the miniature electric drivetrain propels the vehicle to a top speed of 47 mph and gives it a range of 62 miles). But no matter how they are, all these traits of the New Mobility Concept are nothing
compared to how Nissan plans to use the vehicle once it launches it onto the market, if ever.

The car sharing concept will go to a whole new level if the concept gets approved for production. Nissan will enforce sharing the vehicle between individuals and corporate clients: during the day, the car will be used by corporations, while during the mornings and the evenings it will be a personal car.

“Nissan continues to envision new possibilities realized by EVs,”
the Japanese manufacturer says in a release.

“One proposal is a sustainable, efficient and convenient mode of transportation focusing on the increase of elderly and single households, as well as the trend of driving short-distances or in smaller groups. NISSAN New Mobility CONCEPT is our proposal to make this a reality.“
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