Nissan is bringing another electric car to the market. The e-NV200 is Nissan's second all-electric car, which they pushed forward even though their first model did not sell particularly well. They were the first to sell a mass production, all-electric car with the LEAF in 2010.
The e-NV200 is a zero-emission commercial van. On a full charge, it can make it 120 miles. All of the important specs here:
E-NV200 will have either five or seven seats. It's set to start selling in Europe sometime this summer or early fall, then launch in Japan in October. Prices start at $37,900, but if they receive government subsidies for green vehicles, the price could decrease.
Because LEAF was not a hot selling vehicle — only 115,000 units globally — Nissan has a relatively small goal for e-NV200: just 200 units per month in Japan.
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