Nissan introduces the new e-NV200 with up to 280 kilometers of autonomy and the house on slopes

By:   Fedora Atjeh Fedora Atjeh   |   Oktober 07, 2017
Nissan e-NV200

Since the start of production in Barcelona of the 100% electric van Nissan e-NV200, aspects that have been revolutionary for three years have improved, but today they have fallen short. This is why the new 40 kWh battery offers a 60% extended range: it has gone from 170 km of autonomy to 280 km according to the NEDC cycle.

And to introduce the new vehicle, Nissan has demonstrated the towing capacity of the 4200 kg e-NV200, dragging a house and taking advantage to present its future electric ecosystem in Europe. New electric vehicles, additional investment in infrastructure, advances in battery recharging technology and home storage are some of the pieces of the electrification puzzle of the Yokohama brand.

280 km in a single load

The 60% of the extended range of the new e-NV200 does not include an increase of size of the battery itself, reason why the space of load or payload continues as before: with a volume of 4.2 m³ and a capacity of total load of 770 kg.

To demonstrate the capability of the new van, Nissan has decided to tow a house and a LEAF to set a record and prove the current towing capacity of 430 kg. Of course, the presence of actress Margot Robbie as ambassador helps make the 'feat' more enthusiastic.

The increase in autonomy increases its appeal as a delivery van in the city, although the Japanese company has not announced any new developments in terms of loading times. This means that in 30 minutes we can carry the battery to 80% of its capacity. In this regard, Nissan has announced the installation of 1,000 additional quick chargers (standard rapid recharge CHAdeMO for VE) at European level; from the current 4,600 to 5,600 in the next 18 months.

Nissan has also unveiled its new home energy storage system, which drinks directly from the xStorage system. This solution was created specifically for VE owners, who can plug their vehicle directly into the wall box to recharge it. It includes an integrated energy storage system, allowing customers to better manage their energy costs and even generate their own electricity from solar panels.

The new e-NV200 equipped with the updated battery of 40 kWh will be available before the end of 2017, with prices yet to be defined

Nissan e-NV200

Nissan has also unveiled its new home energy storage system, which drinks directly from the xStorage system. This solution was created specifically for VE owners, who can plug their vehicle directly into the wall box to recharge it. It includes an integrated energy storage system, allowing customers to better manage their energy costs and even generate their own electricity from solar panels.

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