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  • The Taxi of Tomorrow

    Nissan's NV200 "Taxi of Tomorrow" will roll out in New York City in 2013. And it's not just any taxi. Click through to see shots from inside and around the vehicle.
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  • The Taxi of Tomorrow

    Those might look like normal seats, but they are covered in a carbon-lined headliner to prevent those bad cab smells.
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  • The Taxi of Tomorrow

    While you sit in those seats, you might just want to look up. Nissan has designed the cab, which has a base price of $29,700, to have a panoramic glass roof so you can check out the skyscrapers.
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  • The Taxi of Tomorrow

    While you're gazing into the sky, your phone or tablet can be recharging via the passenger charging station, which includes a 12-volt electrical outlet and two USB ports.
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  • The Taxi of Tomorrow

    But that's not all for technology in the back. There's a driver and passenger intercom system, a hearing-look system for the hearing impaired, and a tap-to-pay or near-field communication credit card machine.
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  • The Taxi of Tomorrow

    Don't worry, cab drivers also get their tech. There's a standard navigation system along with an integrated rearview backup monitor so drivers can see what is happening behind them. The meter will also be integrated into the dashboard.
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  • The Taxi of Tomorrow

    The NV200 has sliding doors with entry steps and grab-handles for the disabled or people who just need a bit of help.
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