This particular concept 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 boasts that its concept is just as maneuverability as a motorbike and is easy to use for just about anyone. Note, however, that It only features two seats and doesn’t have a sealed cabin.
The automaker envisages the vehicle being owned by two parties, one who uses it during the day for business and cooperate events and another who uses it as a private commuter vehicle in the mornings and evenings.
Although Nissan is calling the vehicle a concept, it is actually a rebadged version of the Renault Twizy electric vehicle, which has already been confirmed for sale in Europe early next year with a pricetag around the $10,000 mark.
In addition to the development and production of electric vehicles, Nissan, together with its alliance partner Renault, is taking a comprehensive approach to promote sustainable mobility. This includes forming dozens of zero-emission partnerships worldwide with countries, cities, organizations and other key stakeholders, the deployment of charging infrastructure, second-life use of lithium-ion batteries in electric vehicles and the promotion of recycling parts used in vehicle production.