When Nissan Versa sedan and Business Jet collide?

nissan versa sedan executive dc designs

At $11,990, the 2014 Nissan Versa sedan is the lowest priced entry level economy car you can buy in United States today.  However, this does not mean that you cannot customize your Versa, right?  Of course not!  Hence, this latest creation from India based coach-builder, DC Designs.  You wouldn’t know this car’s true nature from a far.  This Versa does sport after-market wheels, but that’s about it.  However, the interior is a whole different story. DC Designs demonstrates its ingenuity and craftsmanship with beautifully matched leather and custom wood panels.  The rear bench seat has been replaced with two individually operated chairs.  There is a fancy, button rich console in the middle and another one overhead.  There are sliding TV monitors and even a retractable tray.  The front passenger seat can be folded forward to create a very comfortable recliner for the important person in the back.  The materials upgrade continues in the front, where the driver is surrounded by more leather and wood.

In the end, this interior goes step for step with design and layout of the business jet like Rolls-Royces and Bentleys.  DC Designs calls this the “Lounge Package” and says that it’s available for purchase.  The price is not listed, but this is one car where a well-heeled individual can travel around in comfort and still remain under the radar.

Check out this TFLcar mashup review of the Nissan Versa Sedan

Or this look at the Rolls-Royce Phantom