This is just a regular NV200 compact cargo van.knightmb wrote:This is the best I could do quickly. The quick charge stations are a separate lot adjacent to where the NV200 was. That lot was kind of a restricted area, so I made quick turn around in the restricted lot and took a few shots with the phone. They aren't the best quality, but you get a few difference angles. I didn't want to have security chasing me out if I just parked, got out of vehicle and starting taking a lot of pictures of it.DanCar wrote:Take a pic please.knightmb wrote:I saw one today at Nissan HQ. Has anyone posted pictures of it in the wild (not airbrushed from a marketing) ?
I see gas versions all the time.evnow wrote:I saw a nv-200 - not sure whether it was a env-200. Are gas nv-200s even available in the US ?
.. and I see them badged as Chevy too!LeafMuranoDriver wrote:I see gas versions all the time.evnow wrote:I saw a nv-200 - not sure whether it was a env-200. Are gas nv-200s even available in the US ?
http://www.nissancommercialvehicles.com ... pact-cargo
Ah well I see that now. I was wondering where the heck you plug in for charging because the front didn't have the outline for the door that hides the charger ports. When I saw it at Nissan, I couldn't see an exhaust pipe or gas door anywhere, so I figured it was the electric.chuhouse2003 wrote:This is just a regular NV200 compact cargo van.
Many of us are hoping they do and soon. For U.S. market current spec e-nv200 of around 72 mile range and 75 mile top speed, probably won't be a big seller. The bigger battery pack will help with the range. For the top speed issue perhaps making it 4 wheel drive will resolve the issue. One axle has different gear ratio then the other. One for high torque (current config) and the other maximized for freeway driving.chuhouse2003 wrote:They will have 30kwh on 2016 LEAF, why can't they put it on the e-NV200 and sell to us?
I am pretty sure that is exactly what they plann to do. the infiniti LE was delayed as well and the official reason was so the company could "focus" on other things but in reality I believe it was "cause the batteries are not ready for an upscale vehicle" but I think now they are so plan to see both the LE, NV 200 and "something else by MY 2017 and guessing pack sizes will start at 30 kwhchuhouse2003 wrote:They will have 30kwh on 2016 LEAF, why can't they put it on the e-NV200 and sell to us?