01 August 2020 | David Young
Nissan is giving customers another reason to love their electric cars: EV drivers will be able to discharge power from their car's battery pack to pay for parking while visiting the Nissan Pavilion exhibition space in Yokohama
Electric car owners can pay for parking by discharging energy while visiting the new Nissan Pavilion, which opened to the public 1st August.
The payment system is just one of the many innovations customers can experience at the Pavilion, built to show how Nissan plans to move people to a better world. Visitors can eat at the Nissan Chaya Cafe, operating on power supplied by Nissan LEAF electric cars and solar energy. They can also enjoy virtual experiences that allow them to feel the thrill of Formula E electric street racing or go for a ride in the all-new Nissan Ariya EV crossover.
The 10,000-square-meter, zero-emission Pavilion is outfitted with solar panels and supplied with renewable hydroelectric power.
"The Pavilion is a place where customers can see, feel, and be inspired by our near-future vision for society and mobility," said Nissan CEO Makoto Uchida. "As the world shifts to electric mobility, EVs will be integrated into society in ways that go beyond just transportation."
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