According to a Nissan press release, consumers in Spain can now get their hands on a new all-electric pop-up campervan. The complete press release, in Spanish, can be found here.

Apparently, the pop-up is based on the e-NV200 delivery vehicle and will be available from any Nissan dealer in Spain and will have a full customization catalogue available to allow users to configure the camper to their needs.

The camper will be available with a 40kWh battery, resulting in a 124-mile range. There have been some criticisms from the US-market on the range of the vehicle, but for the European market this could actually work quite well. In Europe, you could get a pretty decent road trip with just a single fast charge. In the states, this would be less feasible in the US where driving distances would be prohibitive and for longer trips in Europe.

The Communication Director of Nissan Iberia, Francesc Corberó, has added that “The new Nissan Camper range will allow the most adventurous to have a balcony with views of the most incredible places in the world, and enjoy the essence of traveling with family or friends.”

However, for the odd short road trip down the coast, this EV could be a lot of fun. No pricing information has been published as of yet, but with the pending release of the electric VW microbus we could soon see the e-NV200 come to the mass market.

[Via treehugger.com]

1 COMMENT

  1. That the Spanish get this camper first is no surprise, the NV200 and e-NV200 for the European market are built in Barcelona. I believe the e-NV200 was also the first electrical delivery van on the world market, and this year’s 40 kWh battery is welcome.

    Not sure if the e-NV200 van or camper will be available as a Nissan vehicle, since the NV200 is sold as the Chevy City Express, but it would make sense to sell it as a Nissan, as they already have the Leaf.

    Hey, the “here” press release link is missing.

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