Nissan is planning to showcase two brand-new trade vehicles at the Commercial Vehicle Show at the NEC Birmingham.
The event, which is in its 13th year, takes place from April 9th – 11th, and will see the UK debut of the eNV200, which is Nissan’s first 100 per cent electric van.
It is highly-anticipated after receiving praise from fleet operators around the world for its zero CO2 emissions, driving comfort and large carrying capacity and payload.
Jon Pollock, Nissan GB corporate sales director said: We’re looking forward to showing the eNV200 to the public and offering a glimpse into the future of vans and their potential low running costs. Fleets that have recently tested the eNV200 have given us excellent feedback and we’re now excited to see the response from the public.”
The other vehicle to make its debut at the show will be the NV200 taxi, which the Japanese manufacturer believes is the future of the London “black cab”.
It is based on the NV200 compact van and has been redesigned to fully comply with the host of Transport for London Taxi Conditions of Fitness.
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