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6 - Dec - 2017

Black Cabs Premier New Electric Taxis on London Roads



Black cabs electric taxis have finally hit London roads. The taxis are considered the cleanest and most innovative taxis in the world.

It is projected that by 2021, nine thousand electric taxis will be on London roads according to plans aimed at improving the air quality in the capital.

Shirley Rodrigues, deputy mayor for Environment and Energy, said: “These new electric taxis are at the forefront of green transport technology and will play a transformational role in the Mayor’s plan to phase out diesel and clean up the transport network.”

The taxis have an air quality sensor that detects increased levels of pollution in the air and automatically closes off air inlets in the car. In addition, the iconic taxis can travel 80miles on a single battery and have a small petrol generator.

Chris Gubbey, CEO of LEVC —the electric black cab manufacturer, said: “After extensive testing, LEVC’s new taxi is ready to do the job it was made for: transport people around this great city of London safely, cleanly and stylishly.”

He further said, “Everything is new. It has an all-aluminum body and electric engine with range extender. But most importantly, it’s bringing clean air to London.”

The taxis are also built for comfort as they comes with a panoramic roof, contactless card machine, air conditioning, power sockets for phones and laptops, WIFI, and wheelchair accessibility.  

The premier comes weeks before the effecting of new rules requiring zero emissions from new cabs looking to operate in the London market.

In other matters transport, two people have been arrested in connection with the assault of a gay teenager on an underground train. The attackers forced the 19-year-old teenager to apologize for being gay after placing him in a headlock and threating to stab him.

The British Transport Police confirmed that two 16-year-olds are in custody following the launch of investigations on Monday. The 19-year-old victim was on a Westbound train and he was assaulted between West Ham and North Greenwich. 

By Airport Pickups London