Nissan TownPod, besides it's an electric car, shows a very practical approach to urban needs. Before Paris Motor Show 2010 Nissan gave us to understand that it's about an electric car, but we did not expect to see a city car such practical.
Doors are opening in reverse, allowing very easy access inside. The rear hatch door was replaced with two large doors, symmetrical and provides both a large load width and the smallest distance between the loading ramp and the ground. In addition, the ceiling has two small hatches that allow transport of high objects.
Nissan TownPod's interior functions such as climate control and media playback are very easy to reach via two centrally digital screens.
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