Panel van, sedan delivery, cruising wagon, whatever you call a squareback without windows, Dodge's Nitro Panel Wagon prototype — which it plans to show at SEMA — is squarely in that category. Once mainly the province of flower shops, bakeries and grocery slingers, the windowless utility car gained popularity in the custom-crazee 1970s as a cheap nookie den for the vanless. Now, the Mopar gang is planning to show up Chevrolet's HHR Panel Van in style, if not production. One question: Where's the porthole window?
Chevrolet Unveils HHR Panel Van in Miami [internal]