Nissan Motor Co., moving to expand its lineup of eco-friendly vehicles here, said Monday it will launch its first all-electric commercial-use vehicle in October.

"While our competitors are coming to market with their first electric vehicle, we're breaking convention once again by expanding and diversifying our lineup with a second all-electric vehicle," said Chief Planning Officer Andy Palmer at the rollout in Yokohama.

The new e-NV200 commercial vehicle is the second mass-market all-electric vehicle after the Leaf, which has sold more than 119,000 units globally since it debuted in December 2010, the carmaker said.