The "Taxi of Tomorrow" is now a part of the city's past.
The city has reportedly dropped the requirement for drivers to buy the Nissan NV200.
Back in 2011, the Bloomberg administration chose the boxy van as the standard for yellow taxis.
The NV200 was touted for its leg room, sunroofs, and USB charging ports.
But many drivers complained about its bumpy ride and poor gas mileage.
Now the New York Times says the Taxi and Limousine Commission will allow drivers to choose from more than 30 vehicles.
A spokesman for the TLC says the change is meant to give drivers more options as the taxi industry faces stiff competition from companies like Uber and Lyft.