Electric Vehicles: The Nissan Leaf Traces its Path

Techno 29 May, 2017

Bringing Nissan Leaf into the everyday landscape of the population is perhaps one of the best ways to convince individuals to turn to new electric vehicles.

For professionals, the Japanese taxi company Kikuyo was the first to convert its entire fleet of vehicles to 100% electric Nissan Leaf in 2013. This step was the first step towards the world revolution of 100% electric taxis . Since then, traveling by taxi has become a more enjoyable and environmentally friendly experience for millions of people around the world.

Since then, the Nissan Leaf has traveled and made its way. Indeed, many taxi companies, particularly in Spain, the Netherlands, Hungary, the United Kingdom, Japan, Mexico and Poland, have turned to Nissan’s 100% electric taxis.

Today, Nissan Leaf and Nissan e-NV200 taxis operate on four continents in 26 countries. They operate in 113 cities around the world.

Nissan zero emission taxi cabs allow taxi companies to reduce emissions, achieve significant savings and reduced maintenance costs, while offering passengers the comfort of quiet driving. By displaying outstanding performance and significant savings, Nissan’s 100% electric taxis are the best choice and make the Nissan Intelligent Mobility vision available to customers around the world. Through electric vehicles, the Nissan Intelligent Mobility strategy embodies how vehicles will be powered, driven, and integrated into the company in the future. Pioneer of 100% electric mobility since 2010,