The city of New York will soon witness a new revolution in the field of automobiles when Nissan will launch its new 2014 Nissan NV200 taxi as the next generation taxi for tomorrow. The stage is all set for 2014 Nissan NV200 taxi which, after winning the competition last year, has officially bagged the award Nissan New York City Taxi of Tomorrow. The taxi will start plying from the end of 2013 and is expected to serve as many as 600,000 passengers daily. The iconic model has been the result of enormous effort that has been put into the making of this car. The design of the car, the unique and attractive yellow color, interior decoration has all been possible because of the innovative ideas and feedback from thousands of taxi-owners and drivers.

The make of the 2014 Nissan NV200 taxi was designed keeping in view the needs of the New York City passengers. Each car is designed to fit in four passengers with a rear cargo area to keep luggage. The sliding doors provided in the car serve two purposes – first they help in easy entry and exit of the passengers, secondly they protect any cyclist or pedestrians from any kind of collision in the event of unexpected opening of the doors. The designing includes rear AC system, overhead reading light and bottom floor light, mobile charging point and USB port for iPads usage etc. Apart from this, a major attraction is the full length front to rear top view mirror to offer the passengers an unobstructed outside view of skyscrapers. All these facilities make the 2014 Nissan NV200 taxi a delightful and luxurious experience to undertake. In the years to come, Nissan New York City Taxi of Tomorrow will create a successful image in the top of the minds of the customers.

Jyotsna Ramani is a passionate writer and an avid globetrotter. She had a knack for writing since her early years, though that was mostly letters to her penpals and jotting her thoughts down in her "Dear Diary". Over the years, she realized how her hobby could turn into a full time career and she started writing web content, books and pieces for local magazines. There has been no looking back ever since.

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