It looks like something you’d see on a suburban cul-de-sac, not inching through Times Square.
A boxy minivan made by Nissan will be the next iconic yellow cab in New York City, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Tuesday.
The model, selected from among three finalists in a city competition, is designed so that it could eventually be updated with an electric engine. The city is exploring the possibility of ultimately replacing the city’s entire fleet of more than 13,000 taxis with vehicles powered by electricity.
Read the rest of the story: New York City taxis to get suburban look, Japanese nameplate as Nissan NV200 wins competition.