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The 42nd Tokyo Motor Show 2011

PIVO 3

PIVO 3


The smart urban commuter EV of the near future

  • Automated Valet Parking (AVP) enables PIVO 3 to automatically drive, locate a parking space and park without driver assistance in the infrastructure equipped parking lots envisioned for the future. It can also charge itself and return to its driver at the AVP exit when called by smartphone.
  • Compact 3-seater body under 3-meter long, narrow-tread rear tires and IWM (in-wheel motors) with wide steering angle allows PIVO 3 to make a U-turn on a road only four meters wide. The highly maneuverable PIVO 3 has zero turn gap, so if the front wheels can make the turn, the rear wheels will follow without scraping the body side.
  • Refined exterior styling with bold surfaces and a new stance.
  • Controls integrate seamlessly with high-grade interior.
  • Central driving position provides a totally new driving experience.
  • Realization of near future mobility that not only links car and driver but also connects the car to the community with sustainable energy.

Related links

Media Center Interview: Nissan designers discuss PIVO 3 EV concept

Media Center Interview: Nissan designers discuss PIVO 3 EV concept
Francois Bancon, deputy divisional GM for product strategy, and Taro Ueda, design director of product design, discuss the innovative EV concept ahead of its appearance at the Tokyo Motor Show.

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