Published on May 27th, 2012 | by Charis Michelsen9
Nissan’s Electric Leaf Becomes a Van: The e-NV200
May 27th, 2012 by Charis Michelsen
Nissan has been quite enthusiastic about its electric car, the Leaf — and with pretty good reason. It goes, it’s comfortable, and it’s cute to boot. The next step, clearly, is to take the tech that works so well in the Leaf, and turn it into a miniature cargo van — Nissan’s e-NV200 starts production next year.
Nissan Building Quirky and Cute e-NV200, Starting Next Year (via Gas 2.0)
Okay, Gas2 readers, it’s rhetorical question time: Do you remember Nissan’s electric van? The one where it looked like they chopped off the front end of the Leaf and stuck it onto a metal box? (Because that’s more or less what they did.) It seems to be more or less done testing and actually slated…
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