Nissan e-NV200 Electric Van Explained – Video
Nissan’s breakthrough e-NV200 100% electric van combines the features of the award-winning Nissan NV200 van with the market-leading New Nissan LEAF, offering businesses a zero-emission vehicle packed with innovative technology and functionality.
From spring 2018, Nissan will introduce in Europe its zero-emissions van that goes further than ever on a single charge thanks to a new 40kWh battery. The Nissan e-NV200 now offers a 60% extended range with unchanged cargo capacity and single-shift transmission that makes driving easier and safer.
With more than 15,000 vehicles on the roads since its introduction in Europe in 2014, this new generation of 100% electric Nissan e-NV200, embodying the company’s Nissan Intelligent Mobility vision, now goes another step forward. The longer range provided by it’s bigger battery and a full new series of connectivity features makes the 100% electric e-NV200 a real game changer in the LCV market.
As well as helping business customers enhance their green credentials, the van represents a key pillar in Nissan’s wider commitment to cutting the level of emissions in city centres caused by professional drivers making deliveries and/or collections, ranging from CO2 emissions to noise pollution. It can help make 100% electric last mile deliveries achievable for businesses and professional drivers everywhere, with customers now able to drive more than 100 km further on a single charge compared to the previous generation e-NV200 fitted with 24kWh battery.
Gareth Dunsmore, Director, Electric Vehicle, Nissan Europe, commented: “Businesses have a huge impact on air quality and traffic congestion, especially in city centres, and the Nissan e-NV200 helps cut the level of CO2 emissions they create. As the world’s leading electric vehicle manufacturer, Nissan is committed in helping businesses and consumers create a more sustainable future and the e-NV200 is playing a key part in this.”
The e-NV200 equipped with upgraded 40kWh battery will be delivered in Europe from spring 2018. First orders are now being taken in Europe for the Limited Edition 2.ZERO, available as either a five-door van or seven-seater Evalia passenger version.