Nissan begins deliveries of upgraded e-NV200 electric van

Nissan has received over 4,600 orders for its upgraded e-NV200 since sales began in January. The new electric van is now being shipped to customers in Europe and Hong Kong, with Japanese deliveries to follow.

Nissan has sold more than 18,000 units of the original e-NV200 since its introduction in 2014. The upgraded version features a new 40 kWh battery that offers a range of 301 km (on the city WLTP cycle), an increase of more than 60% compared to the previous generation.

Customers can choose from two body options – the e-NV200 van and the e-NV200 Evalia, which features modular seating for up to seven passengers. Both offer 4.2 cubic meters of load space and a cargo capacity of up to 742 kg, and both allow users to configure racks, bins and seating to suit their needs.

The vehicles and their battery packs are manufactured at Nissan’s Barcelona plant.

“Zero emission mobility is the future for urban logistics, as well as turning the last mile of delivery into a clean and efficient means of transport,” says Gareth Dunsmore, Electric Vehicle Director, Nissan Europe. “The e-NV200 and its significantly increased range will play a key role in achieving this.”


Source: Nissan

  • Niels OnWheels

    What kind of charging options will this new Nissan have? DC charging?

    • Lance Pickup

      I would assume same as the 2018 LEAF, which is the same as the Gen 1 LEAF, i.e. same old 50kW CHAdeMO

  • Kevin Douglass

    Charles, do you know why the NV-E has not come to the U.S.?

    The gas version is sold here.

    I know several individuals that have businesses that would buy or lease one.