Updates: 10.09.2021 23:28
The Japanese brand Nissan intends to replace its age-old utility model Nissan e-NV 200 with a new type of electric van. The carmaker has already announced the date of the premiere, which is scheduled for September 27, and was accompanied by two trailer pictures and a short video.
However, this only shows that, as with its other electric cars, Nissan will keep a charging hole in the middle of the bow under the logo, and that the cargo space will receive a double door in the rear.
Although no one has officially confirmed this yet, it is highly likely that the car will use technology that is also being prepared for Renault Kangoo E-Tech Electric and Mercedes-Benz EQT.
Therefore, the car should be powered by an electric motor with an output of 75 kW and a torque of 245 Nm.
A 44 kWh battery will be placed on the floor. This (in the case of the fraternal Renault) is enough to cover 275 kilometers as measured in WLTP mode.
Charging is possible both from the wallbox using the built-in charger with an output of 11 kW or at public fast charging stations. In this case, electricity can flow with a charging power of up to 75 kW.
Nissan’s new model is expected to go on sale next year, as is another electric car, the Ariya crossover.
So far, Nissan has sold over a quarter of a million of its electric cars in Europe, mainly the Leaf model.
Source: České noviny – hlavní události by www.ceskenoviny.cz.
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