"Real World" Utility For Fly Fishers Makes Mark on Auto Design

I can see it now: 4 top engineers at Nissan huddle around the 3D modeling screen, and one astute scientist/designer notices an opportunity to satisfy the unquenchable need among fly fishers for remote access to their homes’ utility networks. “‘The concept behind Bevel’s information center is again adding a dimension of real world utility,’ said Campbell. ‘For example, if you are on your way home from a day of fly fishing, wouldn’t it be great to be able to turn on or adjust the lights and heat in your house just before you get there?'” AutoBlog reports on the new Nissan Bevel concept car at the annual Detroit Auto Show.

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