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Joining forces to make an impact in the Middle Eastern automotive space, Nissan and Expo 2020 Dubai have come together to showcase the future of intelligent mobility. Nominated the official automotive partner, the Japanese manufacturer is set to provide the Expo 2020 fleet, including electric vehicles and next generation cars featuring advanced technologies.
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Billed to be the world’s best-selling electric car, Expo 2020 will be the first major organization in the Middle East to use the Nissan Leaf as part of its line-up of vehicles at the Expo site. Building on its successful track record of delivering large, complex global partnerships such as the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Expo 2020 fleet will total a thousand Nissan vehicles to support the preparations and delivery of the event.
The vehicles will range from sedans and SUVs to pick-up trucks and buses. They will be used for a variety of purposes, including construction, VIP visits and transport for participants and organizers. Nissan will also provide support for the fleet, such as maintenance, roadside assistance, insurance and Expo 2020 fleet branding.
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Joining the likes of Emirates Airlines, Accenture, DP World, Emirates NBD, and Etisalat, the deal was signed by Her Excellency Reem Al Hashimy, UAE Minister of State for International Cooperation and Director General, Dubai Expo 2020 Bureau, and Kalyana Sivagnanam, President for Middle East and Regional Vice President for Africa, Middle East and India at Nissan.
HE Reem Al Hashimy, said: “Nissan is at the forefront of these exciting changes and we’re delighted that they have become our Official Automotive Partner to collaborate with us in this area, and to use Expo 2020 Dubai as a platform to show these transformative technologies to millions of people from around the world.”