Nissan has unveiled an updated version of its all-electric e-NV200 van at the CV Show last month.
Improved battery technology has increased the e-NV200’s range to 124 miles, while the cargo area can accommodate two Euro pallets and up to 705kg in weight. The revised e-NV200 also features the NissanConnect app, allowing owners to digitally track and log driver reports, check battery charge level and operate the vehicle’s climate control and even begin charging via a smartphone, tablet or computer.
A further feature suited to business users is the bi-directional charging technology, which allows operators to return any excess energy in the vehicle’s battery pack back to the grid. That gives operators the opportunity to charge vehicles at off-peak times and potentially sell energy back at peak times.
With its all-electric powertrain the e-NV200 is exempt from Vehicle Excise Duty and the London Congestion Charge, and can operate freely within Low Emissions Zones and Ultra Low Emissions Zones without attracting a charge.