Nissan introduced the NV300 van concept on Friday at the Brussels Motor Show in Belgium.     

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In the case of this specific concept, the van has been turned into a mobile woodworking shop.     

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Not only does the concept help showcase how its vans can be outfitted for a variety of bespoke purposes, it also carries a bit of new-energy tech that can help van-life aficionados.   

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The doors have been fitted to hold all manner of tools.

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The inside of the van itself has a bunch of shelves and other storage solutions.

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But there's still space for a desk inside and a second foldout table allows woodworkers to enjoy open air, too.

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There's also a touchscreen computer and LED lighting integrated into the cargo area.    

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To help power the tools while on the road, Nissan also included its Energy Roam power pack.     

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Made from second-life batteries from old Leaf EVs, Nissan Energy Roam can recharge using solar panels mounted to the van's roof, to help stay off the grid even longer.    

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Keep scrolling to check out more pictures of the NV300 van concept.

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