Nissan's Tiida-based EV-11 prototype has many features including a top speed of around 87mph, a cruising range of around 100 miles and powerful acceleration from an 80kW zero emission electric motor
The lithium-ion battery pack delivers approximately 100 miles of driving between charges
The specially designed EV platform and thin lithium-ion battery pack deliver a comfortable cabin space and ride
Nissan says its original motor control delivers 'stimulating acceleration'
On-board information lets drivers know how far the vehicle can travel on its current battery charge level, where the nearest recharging outlets are as well as other features
A single-phase 100v 15A outlet takes around 16 hours to fully recharge the EV-11, while a 200v three-phase outlet will take around 30 minutes
The neatly tucked away lithium-ion battery pack delivers a cruising range of around 100 miles before needing recharging
The Nissan EV-11 has improved front rigidity and the EV platform reduces noise and vibration from outside the car
Nissan believes around 80% of drivers worldwide travel fewer than 60 miles per day, making the EV-11 suitable with its 100 mile range between charges
Nissan's EV-IT system supports the vehicle via a global data center for mapping information and remote access to the vehicle's charging status
Recharging from the nose cap
An innovative approach to recharging ... contactless charging could feature in parking lots and other public places
Nissan reports that 80% of drivers worldwide travel fewer than 60 miles per day. The EV-11 can cruise for 100 miles before needing recharging
Nissan has showcased its electric vehicle (EV) platform on a Tiida-based hatchback model. The Nissan EV-11 prototype seats four-five adults, has a top speed of around 87mph (140kmh), a cruising range of 100 miles (160km) between charges and, being a full EV, produces zero local CO2 emissions. The in-house developed electric motor delivers 80kW (107hp) for “high response and powerful acceleration”. Nissan has also plans some clever IT for its EV platform, like remote ON/OFF charging via a cell phone or the Internet, useful mapping features including automatic updates on the nearest charging stations, a global data center providing 24/7 support and a scheme that could even see non-contact charging introduced in carparks.
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