Nissan will pump up the party scene with the electric e-NV200 van this summer. The automaker has used latest technologies to change the vehicle into an ultimate party experience. The vehicle has everything that is required to make a party hit. The van can play music, make cocktails and the best thing is that it will provide an augmented reality experience which will transform the viewers into a different party scene. These functionalities are provided with as little impact on the environment as possible. It has been named the PART e-VAN by Nissan. So, what are the other features that will be available in the van? Let us check them out.
Party on Wheels
A solar panel array is strapped to an oversized disco ball which illuminates the entire van. There is a DJ booth on the rooftop where live spinning can be done. The booth is equipped with a 14,000-watt custom sound system. But you don’t have to worry about disturbing your neighbors as it has silent disco capabilities with wireless headphones. You can increase the volume of the music as much as you want and enjoy it through your headphones.
There is a 20-ft high light canopy which can set the perimeter and a LED dance floor which can come out of the rear of the PART e-VAN when needed. Both the canopy and the dance floor are bound to draw the attention of the crowd.
No party is complete without drinks. There is a slide-out tech bar which holds an automated cocktail maker that can mix up some electric-inspired drinks. However, the video provided by Nissan shows that the cocktails are non-alcoholic. Cans and bottles can be kept chilled by the refrigerator which can also be found in the van.
Augmented Reality Experience
However, if you do not want to get into the party scene, you can escape into an augmented reality party experience. There are side panels where two screens are embedded providing AR features. You will be able to take colorful pictures and share them with your friends via social media from the van itself. If that is not enough, you can also have your pictures clicked by the “selfie drones” that move around the van.
The PART e-VAN made its debut at the UEFA Champions League Final in Berlin. Now, there are plans for taking the Nissan PART e-VAN on a European tour where it will stop at major events.
You won’t be however able to get the Nissan PART e-VAN from your local dealership. This party bus is just a way through which Nissan is explaining how customizable its e-NV200 configuration can be. Meanwhile, you can get ready for mobile partying.
What about you?
What do you think about the PART e-VAN? Will it be a hit among party goers? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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