Nissan NV300 turned into a mobile workshop carpenterJanuary 19, 2019
At the Brussels Motor Show debuted concept based on the model NV300
Nissan presented a prototype based on the NV300 van at the Brussels Motor Show. The manufacturer turned the car into a mobile workshop for carpentry work.
In the car body there are boxes for tools, materials and personal items, a computer with a touchscreen display, a corkboard, LED interior lighting and a stool that moves throughout the cabin along special guides.
Also, a portable waterproof power source was prepared for the concept, which uses waste batteries from a Leaf electric vehicle. Their total capacity is 700 kilowatt-hours, and the output power of the device reaches one kilowatt. It can be used to power tools.
The batteries are charged by solar panels mounted on the roof of the car.
Last year, Nissan showed the house on wheels, built on the basis of the NV200 and NV300 vans. Cars are equipped with their own kitchen, refrigerator, gas stove, sink and a lifting roof, under which you can place an extra bed.
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