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Nissan To Show Max-Out EV Sports Car Concept In The Metal On February 1
Nissan may have built the Max-Out concept that it showed last year, the dramatic electric roadster study that has so far only inhabited the digital realm. The company says it will show the concept in physical form on February 1 at 8 PM EST (February 2 1AM GMT) and we’re really excited to see it.
The manufacturer doesn’t specifically say that it built the Max-Out concept, only “what “happens when virtual becomes physical.” It also released a teaser image which clearly shows the Max-Out (pictured below) with its door swung open and a driver that is either getting into the
This Beautiful RB25-Swapped Nissan Silvia Is The Ultimate JDM
The modified JDM would look right at home in ‘The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift’.
The Nissan S-Chassis is a true driver’s car for the masses. Its lightweight, rear-wheel-drive sports car formula makes for a honey of a car that’s a treat to drive, stock or modified. The long wheelbase makes it wonderfully stable for road course racing and especially drifting, and its aftermarket support is near limitless, enabling discerning owners to craft the perfect driver’s car in their image. And that’s exactly what
Nismo Electric Sports Car Reportedly Coming As Nissan GT-R’s EV Replacement
Nissan is reportedly going to launch a bespoke electric sports car under its Nismo performance division by the end of the decade. Details are few and far between right now, but this was confirmed by a company official who did drop a few hints that can help us get a general idea of what the company is going for and what to expect.
Autocar spoke to, Takao Katagiri, the CEO of Nissan’s Nismo, who confirmed the vehicle was on his way when he said
[There] is a very, very important vision [in Europe] for Nissan. It’s around the heart of
Review: The 2023 Nissan Z Is a Powerful and Nostalgic Sports Car
It’s tough out there for sports cars, especially for those brands making an effort to keep price tags reasonable. While models accompanied by six-figure bills increasingly soar on the wings of an electrical Icarus, more traditional fare lacking a hybrid helping hand has gradually faded from the market in favor of statement-making SUVs.
This is part of what makes the Nissan Z’s revival for the 2023 model year such an intriguing mix of recycled inspiration. Aware of the shrinking attention spans for sub-$40K sports cars, the Japanese automaker did its best to leverage the equity in its iconic Z badge
Crunch time for Nissan Navara, Mitsubishi Triton, Toyota Prado, Mitsubishi Pajero Sport as safety scores expire
Five-star safety scores for some of Australia’s most popular new cars are due to expire at the end of this year. Now tradies and fleets are scrambling to secure vehicles before 1 January 2023, to avoid being banned from worksites.
Tradies and fleet buyers are in a race against time to take delivery of popular new cars such as the Nissan Navara, Mitsubishi Triton, Toyota Prado and Mitsubishi Pajero Sport – amid production slowdowns and shipping bottlenecks – because these vehicles are among more than a dozen models due to lose their five-star safety scores at