From taxis to ice cream vans; Nissan’s e-NV200 van is flexible for most industries


Nissan’s e-NV200 all-electric van, has shown its flexibility by morphing into a zero-emission concept ice cream van for ‘Clean Air Day’.

Nissan partnered with Mackie’s of Scotland, an ice cream producer powering its family-owned dairy farm by renewable wind and solar energy.

The ice cream van project demonstrates how a ‘Sky to Scoop’ approach can remove carbon dependence at every stage of the ice cream journey.

The e-NV200 is also set to launch as a black taxi in London in the coming months.

The Nissan Dynamo All Electric Taxi, built in Coventry by Dynamo Motor Company, can carry 5 passengers. Dynamo says it will cost less than £30 per week on electricity and will become the most cost effective taxi in the UK.

Just like the new taxi, the prototype ice cream van is based on the e-NV200, Nissan’s 100% electric light commercial vehicle.

Images: Nissan

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