Nissan announces the launch of a new car-sharing service in Japan. Called “e-share mobi”, this device will be deployed from 15 January in 30 stations in the country (Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Kanagawa, Shizuoka …) and will initially concern the new Leaf (photo) and the e-Power Rating .
“This innovative service will allow Japanese users to test Nissan\’s autonomous driving technologies and enjoy the pleasure of driving electric,” says the Japanese manufacturer today. Its users will be able to discover the ProPilot and ProPilot Park autonomous driving systems as well as the e-Pëdal technology.(which allows the driver to start, accelerate, brake and stop using the only accelerator pedal) that are offered on the second generation Leaf .
The new Leaf expected in February in Europe
For the record, the Japanese electric city car (150 hp, 320 Nm of torque, 378 km of autonomy …) has just entered production in Europe . The first deliveries to European customers are therefore expected from February 2018