UK's Hillside Leisure has converted an e-NV200 into what they are claiming is the world's first electric camper van.
It was first displayed at the Motorhome & Caravan Show last week.
The e-NV200 camper uses all of the original Nissan drivetrain hardware, and aside from a slightly raised roof height, the exterior remains unchanged.
The interior includes a propane range, a fridge, on-board water tank, and low voltage LED lighting as well as a swivel front passenger seat.
The vehicle is being called the Dalbury E (for electric) and pricing starts at £29,995 to £33,995 plus options (compared to the £17,855 starting price for a stock e-NV200)
Full factory warranty is maintained.
Here are some more pictures from InsideEVs: