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The science of Nissan heads to London

Nissan will be displaying its Pivo electric car concept and several other examples of its environmental technologies at the London Science Museum on Saturday.

The Science of Survival exhibition explores how our lives could be affected by environmental changes and resource availability by 2050. It was developed in consultation with scientists and researchers and is co-sponsored by Nissan.

The quarter scale Pivo will be on display in the “moving” area of the exhibition where visitors can discover new vehicle fuels for the future including electricity, hydrogen and biofuels made from plants.

The zero-emission concept, which features a fully rotating cabin eliminating the need to reverse, was first unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2005.

Nissan’s compact laminated lithium-ion battery for electric vehicles will also be on display.

Nissan will be touring the exhibition over the world at 20 different venues over the next five years.

Nissan’s Science of Survival exhibit at the London Science Museum

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