Those looking for new van leasing deals later this month may want to consider the new model from Nissan – the NV400.
Described as “a big brother to [the] NV200”, the light commercial vehicle (LCV) is a “unique, distinctive proposition” for drivers, the automaker stated.
Studio chief designer at Nissan Design Europe Atsushi Maeda stressed that the aim was to create an LCV with an appearance that really stands out.
“NV400 will share all the practical aspects of the various version of the range, but we wanted our adaptation to have a genuinely different look,” he commented.
The bonnet, grille, bumper and headlights of the model are some of the features that have been altered as part of the design.
Nissan is among the automakers currently exhibiting at the Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham, where the NV400 is just one of the LCVs on display.
Its LEAF electric car is also on show at the event, with the car manufacturer keen to highlight the benefits associated with selecting zero-emission vehicles.
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