Earlier this week Nissan confirmed that is plans to sell a seven seat minivan variant of the e-NV200 all electric van in Europe when it enters production next year.
Based on the e-nv200 concept that was at the Detroit Auto Show earlier this year, and similar to the electric van that FedEx is testing, the 7 seat electric minivan will be called the Nissan Evalia Electric.
The Nissan Evalia Electric will be powered by the same motor and drivetrain found in the Nissan Leaf, just like the FedEx and taxi versions of the e-NV200 electric van.
While Nissan hasn’t released any details on the official range of the Evalia Electric, Nissan has said the e-NV200 vans will charge to 80 percent in under 30 minutes on a ChaDemo charger.
The e-NV200 will also include on-board power outlets capable of providing 6 kW of power provided by the on-board lithium ion battery pack. There’s no comments on whether the minivan version will receive that ability to help with camping trips or tailgate parties.
Unfortunately Nissan has not yet confirmed that the Nissan Evalia Electric will make it to the U.S. but the New York taxi and e-nv200 commercial vehicles will both be testing in the U.S. next year.