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Cedric EV

Remodeled as an electric vehicle based on the 4 door sedan “Classic”. Equipped with an air conditioner and power steering, the vehicle provided smooth and comfortable drive.
Adopting lead-acid battery and AC motor, it offered a driving range of 85km on a single battery charge at constant speed of 40km/h and with air-conditioning turned off. (Maximum speed: 85km/h)
In 1993, Nissan lent an Cedric EV to the Agency of the Environment, Government of Japan and was used by the Secretary of Air Conservation.
Basic research on driving performance, economic performance, and maintenance management were conducted for future extensive implementation of low-emission vehicles.

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