Nissan e-NV200 Transformed Into World’s First Electric Camper Van
What’s claimed to be the world’s first electric camper van has arrived courtesy of this Nissan e-NV200 converted by the UK’s Hillside Leisure.
First displayed at the Motorhome & Caravan Show last week, this converted electric camper van sports several unique touches on the inside, such as a gas (propane?) range, 39-liter fridge, on-board water tank, low-voltage LED lighting and spinning passenger front seat.
On the outside, we don’t spot any noticeable changes, aside from the pop-up roof.
Mechanically, this converted camper retains all of the Nissan e-NV200’s original hardware, so expect range to be substantially less than 106 miles (NEDC rating for e-NV200).
Pricing for this converted e-NV200, called the Dalbury E by Hillside Leisure, is £29,995 to £33,995 plus options (or $48,263 to $54,699 USD). Of course, this isn’t available in the U.S., only in the UK.
Full factory warranty is maintained.
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