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Bhutan Mulls Turning All Taxis Into Nissan Leaf Electric Cars

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Soon, that may be the case in the small Asian nation of Bhutan, where Leafs could become more common (proportionally) than anywhere else in the world. Several cities are considering using Nissan Leaf electric cars as taxis, but no place has yet replaced every single taxi with the battery-electric hatchback. According to the Financial Times (via

Nissan LEAF to electrify Bhutan

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The tiny land-locked Kingdom of Bhutan in South Asia is the latest to go electric, as the country’s government announced that it is planning to replace government vehicles with battery-powered models.

Nissan To Work With Bhutan Toward 'Electric-Car Nation' Goal

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The small Asian nation of Bhutan has a very big goal: It hopes to convert the country''s vehicles to almost all electric power. Today, Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay and Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn announced an agreement between the nation and the carmaker to work together toward that goal. Nissan Leaf electric cars are to become both Bhutanese

Nissan and Bhutan partner on national EV strategy

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Nissan has entered into an agreement with the Royal Government of Bhutan with the shared goal of achieving the nation’s transition to an electric vehicle fleet. The agreement follows talks between the Prime Minister of Bhutan Tshering Tobgay and Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn in Thimphu last year.

Nissan LEAF to help electrify Bhutan

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The remote and tiny land-locked country of Bhutan in South Asia is to turn to electric motoring with the help of Nissan.