From the motor show to the furniture show the pace is short, with the Nissan NV300 Van Concept that Nissan has presented at the Brussels Motor Show. The prototype is in fact equipped with a mobile carpentry workshop, with the Nissan Energy Roam system to feed the tools, and aims to illustrate the possibilities of customizing the fittings of the well-known commercial vehicle, to meet the most diverse professional needs.
The loading space of the Nissan NV300 Van Concept was set up in collaboration with Studio Hardie, a prestigious British design firm. In addition to the typical equipment of a carpentry workshop, it has a built-in portable battery, the Nissan Energy Roam above: a weatherproof power supply capable of storing 700 Wh and offer a maximum power of 1 kW, to operate on mobility the work tools.
Nissan Energy Roam is built with re-used batteries taken from Nissan Leaf electric vehicles at the end of their life cycle. A solar panel mounted on the roof of the van allows you to recharge it even in the absence of a connection to the network. An integrated touchscreen computer, swivel seats on tracks fixed to the floor, space-saving compartments and an LED lighting system on the ceiling are also located in the loading space of the Concept-van.
2020 Nissan NV300 Van Concept Release Date & Price
Nissan Energy Roam is not an exclusive concept for a show, but a product that will be marketed in spring 2019 – at prices yet to be determined – and will appeal both to those who could make a professional as to who he needs a spare of leisure energy. 2020 Nissan NV300 Van Concept is a light commercial vehicle available in different lengths and heights, with prices starting from $25,250.