Nissan GT-R 2013

We all know that the Nissan GT-R 2013 will indeed be impressive. But through this video, the GT-R 2013 is claimed to accelerate from range 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.84 seconds. If that number is correct, Nissan GT-R 2013 will be the fastest car in the world to surpass the record of the Mercedes SLS AMG, Ferrari 599 GTO, even nearly close to record Bugatti Veyron.

As previously reported, the GT-R 2013 get up-grade features for the 3.8-liter engine twin-turbo V6. Which eventually could produce power 550 PS (405 kW / 542 hp) and 632 Nm (466 lb-ft) of torque. Indeed, Nissan still has not released official performance specs, but the video is likely to be sufficient to provide an overview to our

New York City Taxi

Nissan and taxi companies in New York, New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission operate the Nissan Leaf ready to serve public transport. Nissan Leaf is an environmentally friendly vehicle technology with electric power. This step is also considered as an effort to support environmentally-friendly urban planning and infrastructure.

According to the plan, Nissan will submit six Nissan Leaf to the applicant and as a pilot program environmentally friendly vehicles, the taxi will operate free of charge for one year. This program has the objective to provide information to the city of New York about how an electric vehicle works, without producing much pollution.

Nissan Leaf supported with front-wheel drive, the energy source comes from a 24kWh lithium battery and can generate power of 80kW with 280Nm torque range. When the battery is in a state of the Leaf could travel between 76 miles even with a steady speed to penetrate the 169 km. While EPA was average at 117 km.

New York (Apr. 22, 2013) – To celebrate Earth Day, Nissan and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg today launched a new electric vehicle taxi pilot with the world’s best-selling electric car, Nissan LEAF. This pilot program, which puts six LEAF taxis into service beginning this spring, will help Nissan, the city, the taxi industry and the public understand how zero emission vehicles can be integrated into future taxi fleets.

For the Australian region, EV series will be released starting next year. Sure as did Nissan’s breakthrough this is interesting, because the electric-powered vehicles a taxi is still relatively rare