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The British co-operative funeral homes Midcounties Funeralcare prepared specially upgraded Nissan Leaf electric car, designed to serve as a hearse.
Door on the passenger side replaced a large operable glass panel for easy loading of the casket. The latter occupies most of the space in the cabin, so the driver sits at the edge, not him.
"Environmentally friendly" car will be available for services at 16 ritual office in Oxfordshire. According to one of the company's employees, many of the customers are very sensitive to the preservation of the environment, so management of the cooperative and came up with the idea of release the similar machine. In the future it intends to expand Park green hearses.
the Nissan Leaf the second generation debuted in 2017. The model is equipped with an electric motor, issuing 150 HP and the battery pack 40 kilowatt-hours. The hatchback is capable of accelerating from standstill to 100 km/h in 8.2 seconds. Maximum mileage without recharging on the European NEDC cycle was about 380 kilometers.
the New system of semiautomatic control based on laser scanner and system of the circular review. In addition, the electric car got the e-Pedal, through which to realize the acceleration, deceleration and complete stop is possible by operating only the accelerator pedal.
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