If you need to be able to transport up to seven people but thought electric motoring was not an option then think again. Nissan has billed its e-NV200 Combi as the world’s first electric MPV. It might not get the same sort of coverage at its higher profile stablemate the Nissan Leaf or more upmarket
Amsterdam is the electric vehicle taxi capital of the world, as more taxi companies operate Nissan LEAF and e-NV200 vehicles.
Electric Van So what’s happening with the electric van? Everyone by now is aware of the exciting progress being made in the development of electric cars. We have the high performance Tesla Model S and the upcoming Model 3. We have the carbon-fibre BMW i3, the stylish Renault ZOE, and the budget Nissan Leaf. Technology
Do you ever wonder what shape the world might be in if electric cars had not been replaced by gas cars so long ago? It has been over 100 years after the legendary London department store Harrods first added an electric van to its fleet. Harrods is now returning to electric vehicle technology. The company
The Renault-Nissan Alliance continues to lead all other automakers globally in sales of battery-electric cars. The Nissan Leaf is the best-selling electric car in history, while the Renault Zoe now leads the European market for cars with plugs. But Renault-Nissan’s electric-vehicle dominance isn’t limited to passenger cars. Nissan says its e-NV200 was the best-selling electric
Portsmouth Naval Base will be welcoming a fleet of a different kind this week with the arrival of the first batch of 48 electric Nissan e-NV200 vans to support the Royal Navy’s operations at the base. The electric vehicles have been ordered by BAE Systems on behalf of the Naval Base Commander as part of
If you thought electric cars have become a bit commonplace, how does the idea of an electric van strike you? Meet Nissan’s e-NV200, an all-electric van that uses a modified version of the same powertrain as the best-selling Nissan LEAF, but with all the practicality of a much larger vehicle. With seven seats, a surprisingly
Watch what happened when fruit delivery company Fruit 4 London and Tommy Walsh accepted Nissan’s £2 challenge. How many deliveries could they complete on one charge using the e-NV200?