Slow progress for electric vehicle fleets as Nissan e-NV200 taxi nears public deployment

Nissan is readying an electric vehicle (EV) version of its light commercial van for taxi duty. Next year, Barcelona will be the first to deploy Nissan's unfortunately named "e-NV200" as taxis. This EV uses a very similar powertrain to the Nissan Leaf, including its 24 kWh lithium-ion battery and ...

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