Nissan sold a total of 4,319 e-NV200 electric vans in Europe in 2016 — that is, there were 4,319 registrations of these vans in Europe in 2016.
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Nissan hopes adding an extra pair of seats will make its e-NV electric minivan a winner in Europe. If it does, the car may come to the US!
It’s finally starting to feel like spring here in the Northeast, and I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to roll out the ol’ grill and start BBQing me some delicious meats. Something I’ve always dreamed of though is a mobile BBQ vehicle, but something more environmentally friendly than your average pickup, and it […]
Looking for a go-anywhere, new-age electric VW Bus? Look no further than the Nimbus E-Car concept from Brazil. It’s exactly what you’ve been looking for.
This funky-looking electric van prototype was built as a new generation of urban delivery vehicles developed by the DELIVER consortium.
Cars, and their primary means of fuel, continue to get more and more expensive even as stagnant wages means less purchasing power for the average American. A Detroit-based startup called EcoV may have the solution; a $12,000 short-range electric van designed primarily for urban dwellers and businesses. But does it stand a chance against more-mainstream […]
While Nissan has reportedly invested over a billion dollars into electric vehicles, so far the Nissan Leaf is the only model they’re selling. But come next year, the all-electric Nissan e-NV200 delivery van is set to go into production, and it could have big implications for commercial fleet owners.
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has approved AMP’s Workhorse E-100 commercial electric van for rebates and incentives of up to $60,000. Per van.
The Mia U is an electric van manufactured in France by Mia Electric, and it comes with some unique characteristics, including a new blue and white “Blue Star” paint scheme.
Nissan has put a lot of time, money, and effort into electric cars, and they aren’t looking back. This week the Nissan Evalia electric van made its Paris Auto Show debut. With seating for seven and a target market that includes soccer moms and small-business owners, this electric van could be a hit in urbanized Europe.
Nissan has announced that the 100% electric compact van (which is not the same thing as a minivan) will go into production in the Barcelona plant in […]
In the midst of growing numbers of electric trucks and other commercial EVs, Volkswagen is in danger of falling behind. The problem many fleet owners (including, for example, the German post office) have is not with electric vehicles per se – since they’re being used within the city, the relatively short range many EVs have […]
One of the quiet success stories in the EV world has been Smith Electric. This company is slowly but surely signing on one big business after another, and Smith EV’s are becoming a more common sign in cities across the U.S. Ever charging forward, Smith has revealed a step-van version of its Newton electric van, […]
Mia, known for its tiny and adorable electric vans, has presented a new electric van at the Geneva Motor Show with a convertible body. The Mia Rox is based on the super cute Mia Electric, but it’s still managed to miss the cuteness mark. Convertible People-Carrier? A convertible van is a tricky undertaking at best […]
Happy day-after-Halloween! There are some spooooky stories floating around the interwebs today. Some of the highlights include a Nissan Leaf Batmobile, “fuel deserts” forming in the U.K., and Tesla predicts profit in 2013.
[social_buttons] Aside from lithium-ion batteries, cell phones and electric cars don’t have all that much in common. Or do they? A new luxury electric minivan from Luxgen, a Taiwanese company, was unveiled at the Dubai International Auto Show (irony?). It utilizes the same technology found in HTC smart phones to combine luxury, electric power, and […]