In May 1986, Nissan launched the coupe version, known as the GTS. In August 1987, after a minor change, the GTS-R appeared. Nissan Skyline 2000GTS-R was sold as a limited edition with just 800 cars built. These cars were needed for the homologation for Group A Touring Car racing.
The most striking change for the 2015 370Z NISMO is its revised exterior design. Key changes include a new, deep front fascia with LED Hyper Daytime Running Lights, black headlight bezels, NISMO emblem and signature NISMO red stripe accent on the integrated front chin spoiler. The red accent continues down the redesigned side sills, on the black-color sideview mirrors and across the lower portion of the redesigned rear fascia.
Nissan has finally brought the Nismo brand to Europe, and the first model available with the Nismo-threatment is the Nissan Juke. This small crossover might sound a bit weird choice for a sporty Nismo version, but it is actually pretty fun car to drive. The Nissan Juke Nismo is compact crossover with the length of […]
The Nissan GT-R Track Edition is the third and most exclusive model in the 2014 GT-R lineup offered in the US. The Track Edition features a specially tuned suspension, special brake cooling guides, front spoiler with carbon fiber air ducts and a lightweight quilted cloth mat where the rear seats usually reside. Production will be limited to 150 cars for the U.S. market.
The 370Z will be the second Nismo model in the Europe’s new Nissan Nismo range. Available only as a coupe with a six-speed manual gearbox, the 370Z Nismo features extensive engineering and styling enhancements over the standard 370Z. For Europe a unique specification has been developed to suit both road conditions and the tastes of European driving enthusiasts.