2007 Detroit Auto Show: Review of the Nissan Bevel Concept Introduction - 2 Videos

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EDITOR'S NOTE: The embeded video on this page is a highlight and analysis of Nissan's BEVEL concept car that was introduced earlier this week. An additional video, plus an in-depth text story can be be accessed by clicking the link at the bottom of the page.

DETROIT - January 14, 2007: Nissan debuted the Bevel concept SUV at the 2007 NAIAS in Detroit. The concept was conceived at Nissan Design America and is an exploration of the future of the sport utility vehicle. The Bevel is a dynamic, multi-purpose SUV that emphasizes passenger needs and comfort. Among the special features offered in the Bevel concept are a passenger side rear-hinged door for easy loading and a front passenger seat that includes a 360-degree pet leash swivel connection point.

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CLICK HERE for the complete unedited Nissan press conference video and story about the BEVEL.

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