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Brief Published: 15 Nov 2011

Nissan Pivo 3


Japanese car manufacturer Nissan will unveil the third in a long-running series of urban mobility concepts previewing ‘near future’ technology at the 42nd Tokyo Motor Show this month.

The three-seater electric vehicle (EV) features an automated valet parking system (AVP) that enables it to autonomously locate and drive itself to sensor-equipped parking spaces to recharge. Any excess charge is then sold back to the grid, and energy can be stored for household use. The driver can then summon the EV from a smartphone app. 

The Tokyo Motor Show runs from November 30 to December 11 2011.

Learn more about how brands and governments are helping people to travel more intelligently in Urban Mobility Solutions.


Tokyo Motor Show