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1st New TX London Electric Taxi Handed Over To London Cabbie

January 24th, 2018 | by Cynthia Shahan

There is a contented smile of satisfaction on David Harris's face as he looks over his stunning, quiet taxi, considered the world’s most advanced electric taxi. Black cab driver David Harris was the first cabbie to receive the keys to LEVC's (London EV Company's) new TX electric taxi. His first fare-paying passenger had the pleasure of smooth top-of-the-line transit. Besides the significant environmental savings, there is fresher air inside and out. I am sure the ride is considerably smoother than the norm as well. Harris, a former professional tennis player, has been a driver for 21 years. He expects to save several hundred pounds a month in overall running costs versus his old diesel cab


London Gets New Electric Taxis

December 7th, 2017 | by Nicolas Zart

The city of London is doing a lot of work to improve the quality of its air. Perhaps more US cities could pay attention to what the English capital is doing instead of incessant fruitless political debates that go nowhere


London Electric Vehicle Company May Already Have 2nd Overseas Market Lined Up For New Electric Cab

November 29th, 2017 | by James Ayre

The London Electric Vehicle Company came to terms with interested parties in Amsterdam (Netherlands) a couple of months back to sell and deploy some 225 units of the company's new extended-range electric cab — with the deal set to represent the first deployment outside of London of the new electric version of the city's iconic black cabs. That deal will see the electric cabs deployed as a component in a service to transport disabled and/or elderly people


London Electric Taxis Now Performing Testing On London’s Streets

October 21st, 2017 | by James Ayre

The final phase of the testing of LEVC's electric black cab taxis has now begun in London — with 6 test vehicles now being put through the paces in real-world conditions in England's capital — according to a new press release from the iconic taxi company



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