Nissan wants to electrify conference calls and work deadlines with its first all-electric mobile office, the ultra-sleek e-NV200 WORKSPACe.

Built in collaboration with UK-based design firm Studio Hardie, the all-electric minivan is equipped to replicate the traditional office, starting with a 148-cubic-foot (4.2 cubic meter) load bay, a panoramic glass roof and LED floor lighting customizable to any color scheme through a smartphone app.

The layout is akin to a contemporary office, with oak flooring, a floating rear deck for extra step room, two floor-anchored chrome and leather chairs, and re-upholstered white front seats serving as the proverbial “bosses chair.”

“The Nissan e-NV200 is already a smart, sustainable transport solution for forward-thinking businesses, making it the ideal vehicle to be used as the basis for a mobile workplace,” said Gareth Dunsmore, director of electric vehicles for Nissan Europe. “The e-NV200 WORKSPACe takes the ingenuity of our 100 percent electric van a step further, and by enlisting the design expertise of Studio Hardie, renowned for its creative eco approach, the e-NV200 has been reimagined as an innovative, zero-emission working environment.”

Other amenities include a wireless charging dock, backdoor brackets for folded bicycle mounting, a Bluetooth speaker, and a concealable coffee machine and mini-fridge for watercooler gossip.

Regarding specifications, the NV200 WORKSPACe is expected to hold a range of up to 105-miles (170-km) on a single charge. A 30-minute charge returns 80 percent of power. Nissan also claims running costs of approximately $3.50 for every 60-miles of driving.

With the proliferation of shared workspaces around the globe combined with increased office costs and the brand’s Intelligent Mobility vision, the e-NV200 WORKSPACe is emblematic of a possible future for coworking spaces. Direct benefits would also include rent savings, but Nissan has not yet indicated on how much savings could be earned over traditional office space.