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CONCEPT: Nissan NV200

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Nissan NV200 Concept
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A Smart Business Tool of New Generation - for Active Professionals
  • A substantial, rugged-looking exterior, combining a dramatic front cab with a traditional box-like storage space, creates an emotional looking body form never before seen in the LCV class.
  • An interior created to combine efficiency and a human touch, mentally refreshing its occupants when traveling to or from a job site. The customizable cargo area houses a unique pod that can smartly accommodate a variety of business needs. The pod is divided into customizable trays and boxes for efficient storage of profession-specific equipment, materials, work gear and apparel.
  • The displayed NV200 has been outfitted specifically for use by a professional ocean photographer. The work area is equipped with a remote control panel for a spider camera, as well as equipment for organizing and editing photographs and images while on assignment.

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more original in execution than alot of things.

don't know if i agree with purdue guy, but it is pretty original.

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other than the concept-only slide-out interior, it's a pretty standard European-style commercial van. Expect to see models made by GM and Nissan and wearing Opel, Vauxhall, Nissan and Renault badges.

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other than the concept-only slide-out interior, it's a pretty standard European-style commercial van. Expect to see models made by GM and Nissan and wearing Opel, Vauxhall, Nissan and Renault badges.

That could be true. But do not forget that Nissan are developing a family of Vans/Trucks based on the Global LCV Platform that underpins the Cabstar/Atlas Truck.

Having said that, would make a great Primastar replacement, but without the pod arrangement. Do not sell to many divers

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Sure, it's cool in concept form, but I have a feeling it will be just another van when it hits production. The grillework and other details, the wheel/tire combo, etc., liven it up for the show. Nothing wrong with that, I guess, as I'm sure business owners are looking for something durable, economical and cheap to fix.
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Much better than the Toyota concept, but wait a minute - didn't I see a GM concept van like this 35 years ago? This styling trend looks very familiar. I'll dig around my archives and see if I can find the pic, but there were cool 'future concepts' coming out of Detroit in the early '70s that looked just like this...........

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That front end is awesome...as other have said, I love the integration of the headlights with the grill...I hope that design appears in a production Nissan in the future.

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other than the concept-only slide-out interior, it's a pretty standard European-style commercial van. Expect to see models made by GM and Nissan and wearing Opel, Vauxhall, Nissan and Renault badges.

Hmmm...so are GM and Nissan doing a van together? Maybe they could do one for the US...this could make an interesting Chevy or GMC..

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