Nissan’s e-NV200 Winter Camper is essentially an all-electric mobile office that goes just about anywhere and through various terrains. Featuring an on-board 220V power pack that can be recharged with roof-fitted solar panels, an integrated functioning kitchenette, refrigerator, folding beds and insulated glasses to ensure a comfortable stay when out in frigid areas. Tuning upgrades include premium off-road tires, increased ride height for optimum traction and 5400-Lumens twin-spotlights mounted to a reinforced steel bar up front. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Sometimes, you just need a mobile office when on the road, as dingy hotels or motels just won’t do. Meet the Nissan NV350 Caravan Office Pod. Rather than a traditional rear cargo area for storage, it’s been transformed into a workstation, complete with a sleek desk and chair. Want some fresh air? Simply slide the entire office pod out a few feet, or if you’re finished working, step on up to the lounge area on the roof. Read more for additional pictures and information.
If you’ve always wanted a factory showroom condition Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R, this could be your chance. NISMO announced a new restoration program that takes a suitable donor car and restores it to new condition, but it will cost you at least $433,000 USD. They won’t accept any GT-R, as the team needs to first examine the vehicle before the customer decides if they want to restore it back to original shape or even change the specification (GT-R NISMO, GT-R V-Spec, NISMO 400R, etc.). Read more for additional pictures and a bonus video.
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For those who have never heard of the Saga, it’s basically a series of compact and subcompact cars produced by Malaysian automobile manufacturer Proton. The model was first introduced in 1985 and is currently the company’s longest-running and best-selling nameplate, with over 1.8 million units produced over 35 years. Unfortunately, some of them get transformed into other things, like this strange Nissan GT-R of sorts. Read more for a video of it on the street.
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The Nissan Z Proto made its global debut last September, and this past weekend, it made a rare appearance at Tokyo’s Morning Cruise event in Daikanyama T-Site. This sleek concept boasts a bright yellow pearlescent paint that pays tribute to both the first generation Z (S30) and the 300ZX (Z32) as well as teardrop-shaped LED headlights. The rear draws inspiration from the 300ZX (Z32) taillights, set within a rectangular black section that wraps around the outer edges. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
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Yes, there’s an actual name for cars with extreme negative camber, and it’s called stanced. The Nissan 350Z you see above has wheels that are tucked way inside the fenders and to run the required excessively wide wheels with tires that are stretched just to fit onto the wheels, negative camber is required. One major caveat is that its rear tires are most likely extremely worn on the inside, while the outside still looks brand new. Read more for a video and additional information.
The Nissan RE-LEAF, is a functional prototype is based on the Nissan LEAF passenger car, and it’s been heavily modified to navigate roads covered in debris. Featuring weatherproof plug sockets mounted directly to the exterior of the vehicle, which enable 110-230v devices to be powered from the car’s high capacity lithium-ion battery, allowing it to be driven into the center of a disaster zone with a fully mobile power supply to aid the recovery process. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
T1 Race Development has tuned numerous Nissan GT-Rs, including several 2,000+ hp examples, but this one is unofficially the fastest street car yet. The 3.8L V6 has been fitted with 76 mm turbochargers and is pushing over 50 PSI of boost to generate a whopping 2,200 hp at all four wheels, or2,500 hp before drivetrain losses. To make use of all that power, it runs on drag radial tires. Read more for a video and additional information.
The Nissan Ariya concept made its debut back in 2019, but the company officially unveiled the production model today. This all-electric crossover will be available in both front- and all-wheel-drive variants with single or dual electric motors. The former has 215 horsepower and 221 lb-ft of torque, while the AWD dual-motor variant offers 389 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.
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Let’s face it, the Nissan GT-R was designed to be a street and track car, but one owner wanted it to go off-road. So, the vehicle had to be first fitted with a different suspension that adds 12 centimeters of extra space between the car floor and the ground. Next, a set of large off-road tires were added, while the wheel arches and mudguards also had to be modified to fit them. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.