When it comes to automobiles, Nissan is definitely one brand to trust. Now, this brand is breaking barriers when it comes to creativity. Nissan has introduced it’s prototype, the Nissan NV300, turning around the world of cars.
It includes a carpentry workshop that runs purely on electricity. The doors, on the inside, harbour the tools. It runs on a 700Wh Nissan Energy Roam. These are powered by second hand LEAF batteries that are re-utilized from other electric powered Nissan vehicles. It makes the Nissan NV300 offer an emission free and silent ride. The car also has a solar panel fitted on the top. This helps to recover a decent amount of power, besides acting as a secondary power source.
A built-in touchscreen computer is present in the load area along with LED lighting in the ceiling. There is also and a combination of storage and swivel chairs that makes the NV300 more compact and space-saving.
This creative workshop-in-car idea is a popular coming of age idea whose popularity will explode soon in a few more years. Moreover, the environment friendly engine and recycled battery concept makes it all the more likeable.
The car is supposed to be available in Europe in spring 2019.