An all-new midsize van from Nissan will be available soon after the company provided a glimpse of the upcoming NV300. It succeeds the Primastar and will bridge the gap between the NV200 and NV400 vans.
To be available by the end of 2016, the new-generation light commercial vehicle (LCV) features Nissan's latest Emotional Geometry Design Language. Seen in such models like the Juke and X-Trail, it gives the van a sleek look that will be unlike any commercial vehicle according to Nissan.
Based on the image provided, the NV300 has large fender wrapped headlights, along with a large V-Motion grill. Also present is a honeycomb lower air intake, circular foglights and large alloy wheels.
Other details about the van were not revealed but Nissan did say it will come with five-year/160,000km pan-European warranty, along with a five year roadside assistance cover. Moreover, a range of Euro6 diesel engines will power the upcoming NV300.
It will be making its official debut at this year's Hannover Motor Show.