Electric Nissan camper for any environment

Nissan shows off its e-NV200 Winter Camper Concept.

The Nissan e-NV200 Winter Camper Concept was designed to prove that campers aren’t merely about heading to the beach in the height of summer. It is based on the standard e-NV200 that comes both as a van as in passenger form as the e-NV200 Evalia, and features some great packaging.

A pop-up roof increases the sense of space inside and provides a larger sleeping area. The outside of that roof includes a solar panel array that can recharge the 220-volt onboard power pack, ensuring enough power for working remotely if needed. The glass is also insulated to help retain heat during colder weather. There’s a small kitchen area, refrigerator and folding beds, seating and a table for eating from or working at.

Ready for rough terrain

To maximise its ability to head further away from the grid, the e-NV200 Winter Camper Concept is fitted with rugged off-road tyres to ensure adequate traction in mud or snow. An increase in ride height adds to the ability and reduces the risk of damage to the underbody when driving off-road. A reinforced steel protection bar on the front is topped with two powerful spotlights and leaves just enough clearance for the battery charge port cover to open.

“Electric mobility is all about offering an exciting experience behind the wheel, while above all remaining conscious of our impact on the environment,”

said Dmitry Busurkin, divisional general manager for light commercial vehicles at Nissan Europe.

“Imbued with the essence of adventure and thrilling electrified power, the Nissan e-NV200 Winter Camper concept van is an optimistic expression of the future of zero-emission mobility.”

The Nissan e-NV200 uses a 40kWh battery that can provide a driving range of up to 301 kilometres in city conditions (WLTP) and 200 kilometres combined. That figure will vary depending on how the van is driven and how much weight is inside.

Published on February 2, 2021 Written by