Consumers Will Eat Up New Nissan Concept Model
Ever strolled through the city and grabbed food from a casual street vendor? We at Bay Ridge Nissan are guessing the answer is "yes." No one can resist indulging in a food truck gyro or munching on a famous New York City hot dog. And with increasingly healthier options, such as all-organic food on the go, street-side dining is gaining even more popularity in urban locations. Of course, wherever there is opportunity for growth, Nissan can be found. That is why the automaker recently released two "scrumptious" new concept models.
Making their debut at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show, two NV-based food trucks caught the eyes, and stomachs, of automotive viewers. In addition to handing out hot grilled-cheese sandwiches and refreshing ice cream, the Nissan concepts displayed an impressive collection of utility features. For easy food distribution, the models come equipped with custom fold-out serving windows, work counters and unique exterior graphics. In order to come up with the models' style, Nissan partnered up with L.A.-based food companies, The Grilled Cheese Truck and Coolhaus Truck.
Speaking on the up and coming popularity of food trucks, the New York City Food Truck Association says, "They stimulate culinary innovation, draw tourists, energize the streets and are an important part of the social fabric of the city."1
While the average Nissan driver won't be getting behind the wheel of a food truck anytime soon, everyone can appreciate the automaker's creativity. The Nissan experts at Bay Ridge Nissan are excited to see the brand think outside the box and explore an entirely new sector. If you have any questions about Nissan initiatives or upcoming new Nissan models, feel free to contact us online or drop by 6501 5th Ave Brooklyn, NY 11220 and chat with us in person.