This Nissan vehicle is the New York taxi which says a lot about the car .
The second row doors are sliding type. The windows of the second (butterfly flap) and third row are designed in a way to look like a single piece, giving it a SUV type look.
If enough solar panels are placed strategically on this vehicle - you will not need to connect it to the power supply at all. By this I mean for normal use (2 to 3 hrs drive and 22 hrs parked) in a day.
Solar Panels can be placed:
1) outside On the Roof.
2) inside as sunshade on 3 windows - each on both sides.
3) inside as sunshades on front and rear windshields.
Maybe they could incorporate these panels as sunshades in the car door itself, which you can pull up or wind up. Similarly also for the front and rear windshields. So you will not have to bother charging the car manually ever for normal use.
The battery module is set low in the vehicle under the load floor and is mounted in a reinforced zone for extra safety protection in the event of an impact. The battery mounting assembly also helps boost the torsional and lateral stiffness of the vehicle by 20 percent and 35 percent respectively over NV200.
- New styling reflects 30 percent new components over existing NV200
- 170 km NDEC homologated driving range, 120 km/h maximum speed
- CHAdeMO quick charge capable (0-80% in 30 minutes)
- Access to over 1000 public quick chargers in Europe
- Global production from Barcelona
According to me if it is priced at Indian Rs 15,00,000 then it is worth every single dime. Especially since you will not be paying a single Rupee for either servicing or refueling the car for its entire lifetime. Go ahead and make your bookings you will not be disappointed. Add Solar panels on the roof and you will not even need to charge the vehicle. The possibilities with this car is truly endless.