The World's First Electric Mobile Office

Are you self employed? A small business? In need of an office and a car?

Nissan have an answer for you. Nissan, in collaboration with Studio Hardie, hope to help smaller businesses cut office costs by creating the Nissan 'e-NV200 WORKSPACe'. The mobile office comes with all the things a 9 to 5 office dweller needs, while still providing the convenience of electrical travel.

The van is fitted with a desk, oak flooring, touchscreen computer and a coffee machine. No expense has been spared on the electric e-NV200 WORKSPACe, with two movable leather desk chairs, fold out desk and wireless internet, you have freedom to work like you would in a corporate office. The vehicle also conveniently includes a accessible bicycle rack in-case you need to stretch your legs.

Gareth Dunsmore, director of electric vehicles, Nissan Europe, said: 'With property prices in our capital cities at such a premium and the modern professional needing to be ever more mobile, businesses will need to think smart and consider what the workplace of the future looks like.

'With hot-desking and remote working on the rise, it is not too big a leap to see a future where our vehicles will become connected, energy efficient, mobile workspaces.'

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William Hardie, founder of Studio Hardie, said: 'We specialise in creating amazing spaces in unexpected places, but we've never done anything in an electric vehicle before.Given the van's green credentials we wanted to maximise the space with smart and considered features such as sustainable sourced materials and efficiently-powered technology.We believe the future of technology is a return to quality craftsmanship, so we've also looked to hone an environment that professionals will really enjoy working in.

'All the comfort and connectivity of a modern office, with a few surprising touches thrown in.'




Can you see yourself in this office? Let us know what you think!

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