Nissan Bevel Concept Brief – 2007 Detroit Auto Show: Whenever a new model or concept debuts, car company executives usually try to paint it as the end-all-be-all for as many drivers as possible. But, there are exceptions, among them the Nissan Bevel concept. This one is designed for the men, ladies, complete with a 110-volt outlet for providing juice to power tools, seats that fold flat to create an aluminum floor, and a work bench of sorts in the trunk. There’s even a portable dog carrier, thereby allowing man to take along his best friend, even if he decides to leave his better half alone at home.
There may be no better definition a box on wheels than the Nissan Bevel concept – a bread van comes close, but it’s a tie at best. The wheel wells are slightly flared and the nose is pointy, but the majority of the body appears as a block rolling on 20-inch chrome wheels. Up top is a solar panel, which comes in handy when it’s time to power up those circular saws and drills, and forward of the driver is a customizable and moveable console and gauge structure.