The Nissan Urvan NV350 remains a popular choice in the local market for a people mover, and it's no secret that there are enthusiast groups in the country who like to make their own Nissan van stand out with unique styling.
With that said, over at the Land of the Rising Sun, the facelifted Urvan (Caravan in Japan) not only received a new engine courtesy of Mitsubishi, but it now gets the styling treatment from Nissan's customizing division, Autech.
Autech has revealed a dress-up package for the Urvan, which consists of an exclusive aero package, a new wheel design, plus a more upscale exterior and interior trim pieces.
For the front fascia, Autech gave the Urvan a new chrome grille with Autech badging together with a chin spoiler that has a pair of LED daytime running lights. In addition, Nissan's styling division fitted the Urvan with side and rear skirts to give the van a lower-looking stance.
The exclusively made 15-inch aluminum wheel by Autech features multiple sharp spokes in a black and diamond-cut finish. Meanwhile, the door mirrors and back door finishers get dark chrome plating. And lastly, the rear gets a roof-mounted spoiler.
On the inside, there's a black leatherette seat complete with blue contrast stitching and Autech embroidery. The blue stitching details also apply to the genuine leather-wrapped steering wheel and the shift knob.
Aside from these visual upgrades, Autech also released Autech-branded accessories like floor mats, window visors, license plate holders, and air valve caps.
For our dedicated NV350 Urvan enthusiasts, the Autech upgrades might be worth checking out in Japan for your next styling peg.