Laura K. Cowan

Nissan Rolls Out Its All-Electric eNV200 Concept Van at the Detroit Auto Show

by , 01/10/12


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Nissan has been testing its electric van concept in London with FedEx, making use of the Nissan LEAF drivetrain and a quick-charging system that juices up the versatile delivery vans to 80 percent capacity in just 30 minutes–perfect for a runaround delivery van. As you can see from watching the new film Revenge of the Electric Car, Nissan has bet the farm on electric vehicles, racing to create a full line of eco-friendly vehicles before the competition even wakes up. They have a lot of competition at this year’s Detroit auto show, but they have managed to stay ahead of the pack, offering up a green delivery vehicle while most competing vehicles are still powered with inefficient old gas engines and out-of-date design. Would you buy a Nissan electric cargo van for your business? How about just for the green hauling capacity?

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