Nissan might serve as the sole provider of new taxicabs for New York City after all. Continue Reading...
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What does Hong Kong have in common with New York City, Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles? Other than being a large, cosmopolitan metropolis it’s also the latest municipality to select Ford’s Transit Connect Taxi for duty. Continue Reading...
The Nissan Taxi of Tomorrow is in jeopardy as a state court rejected Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s program, stating that it is an overreach of executive authority. Continue Reading...
The Nissan NV200 Taxi, also known as New York’s Taxi of Tomorrow, has begun production. Continue Reading...
The Nissan NV200 will live on as the “Taxi of Tomorrow” as the Taxi and Limousine Commission has amended the rules, allowing cab operators to purchase a hybrid alternative to the NV200 minivan, at least until Nissan comes out with its hybrid variant. Continue Reading...
The New York supreme court has ruled in favor of opening up the market in the state to various hybrid taxicabs, curbing the Nissan NV200’s plans of becoming the exclusive Taxi of Tomorrow. Continue Reading...
Anyone who thought the deal Nissan inked for a 10-year monopoly on providing New York’s taxi cabs wouldn’t cause trouble had better think again. Continue Reading...
Among the many cars soon to sit in garages around the globe, Nissan had a different kind of common car parked at its Paris pavilion today: the “Taxi of Tomorrow.” Continue Reading...
Other ads for the future taxi play on Nissan’s larger overall marketing strategy, which emphasizes “innovation for all.” Examples include “innovation for NYC, “the cab that goes to the corner of innovation and cool” and “the future of the auto industry? We’ll take you there.” Continue Reading...
The city of New York has chosen Nissan as the supplier for the next generation of taxi cabs. This decision will give Nissan an exclusive 10-year contract for the city’s massive fleet totaling 13,200 taxis. The Nissan design was chosen over the Ford Transit Connect van as well as a design from Turkish builder Karzan…. Continue Reading...