Nissan has revealed a new two-seater electric vehicle concept, its own version of Renault’s Twizy two-seat electric vehicle.
The Nissan New Mobility Concept is an electric vehicle that promises to be safe, offering the same level of maneuverability as a bike thanks to its reduced size, and clean with with no emissions.
The New Mobility Concept has a range of a 100 kilometers (62 miles), and maximum speed of 75 km/h (47 mph). The EV system was developed by Renault, but the car’s design was by Nissan.
The Nissan New Mobility Concept has been developed as means of public transportation, as it can be used as both a commuter car and a corporate car during business hours.
The company did not announce the expected launch date or price point of the New Mobility Concept.
Nissan is planning to produce 250,000 electric vehicles a year, starting with the Leaf electric car set for delivery in Japan and the U.S. in December, and next year in Europe. Its alliance partner Renault SA of France is planning to produce another 250,000 electric vehicles a year.[wzslider height=”400″ lightbox=”true”]