An NV200 customized for surf board maker Shaper Studios, located outside San Diego.
The NV200 Shaper Studio van is upfitted to carry surfboards and storage shelves for a variety of surfing gear.
The surf boards are locked securely into racks that can slide into and out of the NV200's cargo space.
Shaper Studio focuses on teaching surf board customers how to make their own boards, so the van carries tools to support that endeavor.
An NV200 parked outside the famous "Belly Up Tavern" customized as a "rolling workshop" for Gibson electric guitars.
The guitar-servicing work area slides in and out of the NV200 cargo area.
The NV200 seats reflect the Gibson logo as part of a high-end interior upgrade.
The dashboard of the NV200 "Gibson" van.
Speakers mounted to the interior of the "Gibson" van help set the mood for working on guitars.
A more "traditional" NV200 work van model.
A variety of shelving options helps boost the versatility of the NV200, say its designers.
A rear-door view of one possible shelving configuration for the NV200.
A close up of the more "traditional" work van shelving set-up.
NV200 models awaiting test drives by journalists.
Nissan North America recently held a special "ride and drive" event for journalists in San Diego to show off its new NV200 compact cargo van as part of the introduction of its new 2014 Versa Note compact car.
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