NISSAN e-NV200 LDV EV
Supported by initial trials in 2011 by Japanese Post Service and FedEx in London the pre-production version of the Nissan e-NV200 was launched in 2013. Retail sales in Europe and Japan commenced in October of 2013. Nissan also developed a London Taxi version of the utility van in 2015. The eNV200 has 4.2m² cargo space. The Nissan e-NV200 is also available in a family carrier, the Nissan e-NV200 Evalia.
NISSAN e-NV200 LDV EV SPECS
NISSAN eNV200 LDV EV SALES
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THE NISSAN e-NV200 EV VAN IN THE NEWS
2018 Week 2 - Nissan start order taking for 40kWh e-NV200
In related news, Nissan announced that orders for the new Nissan eNV200 MPV or 7-seater eNV200 Evalia are now open. The limited edition 40kWh Nissan eNV200 with an expected range of 280km (175 miles) will be available in Italy, Belgium, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland from the second quarter of 2018.
2017 Week 40 - Nissan improves eNV200 and updates charging tech
Nissan launched a Europe specific LEAF version, the ’2.ZERO’ during the event and announced the new Nissan e-NV200 offering a 60% improvement in the range allowing for 100% electric last mile delivery.
The Japanese automaker will expand its CHAdeMO charging network from 4,600 chargers to 5,600 over the next 18 months. Improvements were also announced in charging technology which includes:
- The Nissan double speed 7kW home charger allows Nissan electric vehicle owners to achieve 100% charge in just 5.5 hours – a 70% reduction in charging time from the previous charging technology.
- The Nissan 22kW charger goes, capable of charging in 2 hours.
- Nissan also showcased its follow up on the xStorage home energy storage system it developed with Eaton Energy. The home charger comes with its own built-in energy storage system, giving customers the ability to better manage their energy costs and even generate their own electricity from solar panels, delivering 100% renewable and zero emission power for their car. The company expects to sell 100,000 of the xStorage units in Europe by 2020.
2017 Week 40 - LDVs the new growth area for EVs
Light Delivery Vehicles is hotting up as the next growth market in the EV sector. Recently we have seen some new and improved models announced in this vehicle class. The drive to make the last mile 100% electric is a low hanging fruit and an obvious target for regulators enforcing emission control in cities. Already Chinese manufacturers have electrified a host of existing combustion LDVs. This week wattEV2buy published a list of over 1,400 special vehicles in China which consists mostly of cargo vans, panel vans, and multi-purpose vehicles.
2017 Week 34 - Fuel Cell conversion gives Nissan e-NV200 extra range
2017 Week 33 - Nissan provides scrapping bonus in Germany
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