Black cab turns green as all-new electric London taxi launches
Cab maker ditches diesel to produce a petrol and electric-powered taxi that will be rolled out in November
The maker of the London black cab has unveiled the new, electric design of the car, which will hit the capital’s roads in November and which it hopes to sell to pollution-blighted cities worldwide.
Known as the London Taxi Company since 1948, the firm will rebrand as the London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC) to export the new model, which runs for about 70 miles off a battery before switching to a petrol engine for up to 400 miles.
Source: Guardian Transport