Nissan is giving customers yet another reason to love their electric cars: the ability to pay for parking with electricity. In a global first, electric vehicle drivers will be able to discharge power from their car’s battery pack to pay for parking while visiting the Nissan Pavilion exhibition space in Yokohama. The venue opens to the public tomorrow.
It’s called Nissan e-4ORCE, a revolutionary new all-wheel control technology, assisting – and empowering - drivers of all skill levels by providing instant torque to all four wheels and delivering balanced, predictable power in any situation.
Ailing Japanese Car maker, NISSAN plans to increase profit to 5% on the way to 6% after many years of neglect, and sagging income
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