Nissan launches the e-NV200 winter electric vehicle
Nissan launches the e-NV200 winter electric vehicle

Japanese automaker Nissan has launched a new electric truck concept called the "Winter Camper" based on the all-electric vehicle, the e-NV200.

The company described the new concept truck as inspired by the joy of winter excursions and as part of the company's vision for a sustainable adventure.

Although Nissan's electric endeavors are known primarily from the Leaf electric cars, Japanese automakers also sell E-NV200 electric cars in some markets.

The e-NV200 was upgraded in 2018 with a new 40kW battery to achieve greater range. However, since these are trucks based on the combined WLTP cycle, the range is only about 200 km.

The e-NV200 winter mobile home is designed to increase stress while reducing impact on the environment. It combines the excitement and wild spirit of electric driving with a host of bespoke driving and lifestyle features. Face challenging terrain.

The car included some accessories that Nissan sold for the truck, but it also made some improvements, such as: for example: excellent off-road tires and increased ride height, better traction and better ground clearance in dirt or snow, as well as mounting in the booster in the front of the dual headlights on Steel rails to ensure maximum visibility.

The e-NV200 electric van was re-launched in 2014 and is now available in select markets around the world, including Europe.

The latest e-NV200 is equipped with a 40 kWh battery, 80 kWh electric motor and 6.6 kWh onboard charger with a payload option of 705 kg.

The Nissan Winter Camper concept is marketed in Europe as the e-NV200 and e-NV200 Evalia series trucks.

Based on the e-NV200 Evalia, the e-NV200 Winter Camper includes a luxury kit with rooftop solar panels that can be used to charge the built-in 220V battery, built-in kitchen, refrigerator, fold-out bed, insulating glass, enabling outdoor travel of continuous development And luxury.

“The purpose of electric mobility is to provide an exciting driving experience with the environmental impact always in mind,” said Dmitry Bosorkin, General Manager of Nissan's European Light Vehicle Division.

The e-NV200 Winter Camper concept car is an optimistic expression of the future of emissions-free mobility, full of adventure and exciting power.

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