- Transparent roof panel for sight-seeing
- USB charging station for passengers’ electronic equipment
- Passenger-controlled heating and cooled rear seats
- Grape phenol-coated air filter to improve air quality
- Easy to clean—yet breathable—interior seating materials
Nissan Gives Sneak Peek of ‘Taxi of Tomorrow’ Interior and Specs
If you’re in New York City tomorrow through this Saturday and have a chance to go see the new Nissan NV200 “Taxi of Tomorrow” for yourself, go for it—especially if you’re a frequent rider. But if you don’t like standing in lines or only have a light jacket for whatever weather may fall, we’d recommend you read a little further. Released today, Nissan has given us a good chunk of facts on the future of New York’s people-hauling business. Nissan says the NV200 taxicab will feature a spacious cargo area for the belongings of up to four passengers. In addition, there will be grab-handles on each of the sliding rear doors to help passengers’ entry and exit. And the floor will be flat. Now that we got through the boring parts, here’s what makes the NV200 taxi unique:
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