The Nissan Evalia C: Because You Needed a Convertible Safari Minivan

The Nissan Evalia C: Because You Needed a Convertible Safari Minivan

This is the Nissan Evalia C, Italian coachbuilder Giovanni Vernagallo's take on a convertible Nissan's other weird minivan (which is known in NYC as the NV200), because somebody out there felt the need for that. 

This first Evalia C is going to be used to ferry tourists to and from the Italian city of Capri, but Giovanni Vernagallo will make a private customer one of these off behicles for the frightening low low price of $62,000. Or if you really do just want an awkward Nissan that also happens to be an unlikely convertible, there's always the Murano CrossCabriolet

We think this must be the target demographic:

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[via Jalopnik

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