Nissan has unveiled its all-new electric Panel Van version e-NV200 concept at the Commercial Vehicle International Motor Show in Hanover, Germany. Nissan has been working with FedEx Express to make e-NV200 the next FedEx delivery van.
Electric vehicles are ideal for urban transportation as it features both efficiency and zero emission technology. Nissan and FedEx have started working together by co-testing the concept on the London streets.
They have decided to test the vehicle in other countries like Japan too as a means to obtain real-world driving response. It will soon expand into Singapore, the USA and Brazil too.
Talking about the charging time, Nissan says the e-NV200 can maintain 80 percent charge in just 30 minutes. Otherwise, you can charge it overnight for a complete recharge.
It will have all the accomplished concepts of a van, such as spaciousness, versatility and practicality and still possess zero CO2 or other pollutant emissions. The EV e-NV200 will have the same 24-kWh battery and 80-kW motor of the Nissan Leaf.
The e-NV 200 will be ideal for cities because of its zero emissions and energy-recycling regenerative braking. The advantage of recycled braking is that it can reclaim the energy spend in the midst of city traffic block.