Nissan has announced plans to introduce its new all-electric e-NV200 5-passenger van at the Consumer Vehicle Show in Birmingham, England this month.

Specifications include a 40 kWh battery pack, contributing to a 186-mile (300 kilometers) range per  Japan’s more liberal EPA standards. A full charge can be achieved in eight hours using a 6kW charger.

Its battery warranty has also been extended from five years and 100,000 kilometers from the previous version to eight years and 160,000 kilometers.

Also, the e-NV200 will double as a mobile power storage unit using a 100-bolt Power Plug, which can be used to power standard equipment. An optional EV Power Station services can also serve as a backup power source for small buildings.

“Nissan’s fleet and LCV teams have been completely reinvented in the past year, and we are really excited to be back at the CV Show to show the industry what we have on offer,” said Iker Lazzari, Nissan Fleet Director. “We live by the statement ‘Nissan Fleet Means Business,’ and this is a fantastic opportunity for us to show exactly what we mean by that.”

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Other Nissan electrics scheduled to debut at the CV Show include the NV200 crew van. The NV300 combo, the NV400 panel van, and the NT400 tipper, all featuring the same warranty along with a standard roadside assistance package.

The e-NV200’s is scheduled to hit the market Dec. 2018, starting with the Japanese market, with pricing to be announced at the show. No word if Nissan plans to introduce it in the U.S.