Nissan E-NV200 is an all-electric light-duty commercial and passenger zero emission van initially launched at the Geneva motor show on 9th June 2014. It is built with a stylish trendy urban design and provides a maximum amount of fuel efficiency with zero carbon emissions. It is equipped with 24 Kilowatt hour laminated type lithium ion rechargeable battery and 80 Kilowatt electric motor drive train as well as 6.6 kilowatt battery charger with 8 hours long charging capacity. It inherits similar battery power features from its cousin Nissan Leaf which has a tremendous applaud in the global market for customers.
The spacious and quiet interior design cabin is offered with leather comfortable 5 to 7 passengers seating accommodation. The seating provides wide capacity of legroom with ease of headrest for all passengers. The rear side cargo trunk compartment offers a vast extensive 4.2 cubic meters storage with 662 kilograms of payload capacity. The slide opening side doors on both sides add a distinctive appeal with immense convenience for low floor entry and exit for all ages of passengers.
Front side dashboard cockpit panel offers a fancy appeal and equipped with advanced key essential features included as regenerative braking system, car wings navigation system, Nissan around view monitor, remote climate control function, blue illumination digital meter as well as newly designed shift knob and start switch, piano black center panel, high rigid body and suspension system, hill start assist, ozone safe automatic air-conditioning system, electronic brake-force distribution, anti-lock braking system, brake assist, vehicle dynamic control, steering heater, traction control system, SRS frontal and side curtain airbags, load limiter pretension front seatbelt, rear view monitor, reversing camera, Bluetooth Connectivity and Nissan Connect Satellite Navigation, bright LED rear combination taillights, fog lamps, signature position lights, 100 Volts power outlets, intelligent key, and halogen headlights.
Driving Performance includes an e-power train with optimization of gear ratios for commercial vehicles. The Energy Saving Mode provides less power consumption by setting a warning light at maximum speed of 100 Kilometers/Hour. Accelerator Pedal also helps reduces consumption by controlling excessive pressure on the pedal.