• Oct 10, 2007
Click the image above for 20 high-res pics of the Nissan NV200.

We've finally found the ideal mobile Autoblog HQ. The NV200 is aimed at small business professionals that are constantly on the move, and although the boxy, panel van exterior doesn't do much for the eyes, it's what's on the inside that counts.

The interior is a rolling job site, with everything from equipment-specific storage to a full computer workstation. This particular model is supposedly built for a professional oceanic photographer, with all the gear and toys necessary to make that hard existence livable.

We want one now, and we're taking donations. Before you start rummaging through your seat cushions to help the cause, check out Nissan's press release after the jump and our high-res gallery below.



PRESS RELEASE

NV200

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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      • 7 Years Ago
      Having the storage rack pull-out so there's more interior space when parked is an interesting concept. This could be really cool in a campervan sort of vehicle. The kitchen could pull out and allow for more sleeping space inside!
      • 7 Years Ago
      Finally someone may be paying attention that the US market is ripe for new small vans. I agree however that this van could use AWD in order to be really successful.
      • 7 Years Ago
      just pray you don't get rear ended on the way to the job site!!!
      • 7 Years Ago
      AWD and a bit longer cargo base and I'm game.
      • 7 Years Ago
      YES! I will drive a minivan if it looks like this. Just add some side windows and rear seats and it's ready to go!
      • 7 Years Ago
      Cowabunga dude...
      • 7 Years Ago
      its cool and all, but cant you see the back getting cock-eyed and not closing right like those plastic drawers on cabinets?
      • 7 Years Ago
      People who call this "cool" really watched too much Pokémon in their childhood...
      • 7 Years Ago
      Interesting concept, but there's a solid reason for not having a pullout rear cabin! You need double the length of the car to do so - and in an urban environment, there won't be much chance of that being available.

      Clearly not thought out from that perspective.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I'm sure as hell not going to 'NV' anyone who owns one of these.
      Agent55
      • 3 Years Ago
      I had a guy in a work van force me onto the (the dirty, rocky, scary as ****) shoulder at about 60mph once, from what I could tell he caught "the rage" when I zipped thru a few corners faster than he found acceptable a mile or so prior. I couldn't help but fallback after he nearly blindsided/smeared me into the guard rail (oh yea, it was a freeway bridge btw). I gathered myself up, got into a low gear, pulled along side, kicked his door in and gassed it before he could react. Stupid move I know... Probably should've followed him home and... Well, you can guess ;)
      • 7 Years Ago
      reminds me of the old Helms bakery trucks of yesteryear. The driver would blow is whistle and then open the back doors and pull out these long drawers. Inthe drawers were all the fresh baked goods from the Los angeles Helms bakery.
      the more things change...
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