NihonCar was fortunate enough to take the stunning Nismo 380RS — basically “a modified version of Nissan Z33 Fairlady Z” — out for a road test — drifting included. Hit the break to watch.

Two versions have been announced, the first is track-only model called the 380RS-C (C for competition), the second is a street model being sold at Nissan dealers. Both versions use a Nissan VQ series V6 engine, bored and stroked to 3.8L. The track-only 380RS-C makes 400hp, and the street version makes approximately 350hp. The Nismo 380RS is only being sold in Japan

[via NihonCar]

NihonCar was fortunate enough to take the stunning Nismo 380RS — basically “a modified version of Nissan Z33 Fairlady Z” — out for a road test — drifting included. Hit the break to watch.

Two versions have been announced, the first is track-only model called the 380RS-C (C for competition), the second is a street model being sold at Nissan dealers. Both versions use a Nissan VQ series V6 engine, bored and stroked to 3.8L. The track-only 380RS-C makes 400hp, and the street version makes approximately 350hp. The Nismo 380RS is only being sold in Japan

[via NihonCar]