Nissan e-NV200 WORKSPACe
As content writers, we’re fully aware of how important a comfortable and functional personal workspace is. But some of us are also Londoners and therefore understand the lack of room available for such a space. Which is why we absolutely love this beautiful WORKSPACe in the back of the Nissan e-NV200 van!
Nissan has collaborated with UK-based design workshop Studio Hardie to transform its zero-emission e-NV200 van into the world’s first all-electric mobile office – the e-NV200 WORKSPACe. The ride comes with everything you’d need to get through the working day, including an integrated fold-out desk, a touchscreen computer and even a barista-quality coffee machine!
From the moment you walk into the Nissan WORKSPACe, it’s fairly clear this isn’t your average van. Occupants are welcomed with a special panoramic glass roof, an oak decked floor, and LED floor lighting which can be customised to whatever colour scheme you like.
If the weather is decent enough, both side sliding doors can be opened, together with the split rear doors, to create a more open working atmosphere. At the rear, a clever floating deck can also be pulled out to provide an outdoor area for no real purpose we can work out other than ‘why not?’!
Inside the e-NV200 WORKSPACe, there’s two chrome and leather desk chairs, one of which can be moved to sit at the fold-down desk console, which houses a touch-screen computer, wireless mouse and keyboard, as well as an array of stationary supplies, each with its own storage space.
There’s also a wooden console containing a wireless charging dock for smartphones, Bluetooth music speaker and a drawer-based mini-fridge, and on the other side of the load bay is a console designed for making barista quality coffee.
The e-NV200 WORKSPACe can be charged from empty to 80 percent power in just 30 minutes, and for those times when you want to leave the office parked and charging up, there’s an internal mount for a folding Brompton Bike, which means you can pop out in urban areas.
Check out more details about the Nissan e-NV200 WORKSPACe over at the Nissan Website and head over to the Studio Hardie Website to see more of their work.