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
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.“