Nissan Returns To Sema With Five One-Of-A-Kind Vehicles, Including The Debut Of A 295kw 370z Project Clubsport 23 – Oct 31, 2018 – Las Vegas, USA (Techreleased) – From a do-it-yourself Nissan 370Z muscle master to a traveling Nissan Kicks DJ booth, Nissan returns to the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) Show in Las Vegas with five diverse offerings.
For the 2018 edition of the world’s premier automotive specialty products trade event, Nissan is showcasing the Nissan 370Z, the all-new Nissan Kicks subcompact SUV and Nissan TITAN full-size pickup – each highly modified for specialty tasks ranging from motorsports to public service.
Here’s an overview of what will be on display Oct. 30-Nov. 2 at Nissan North America Booth 50213, located in the Performance Pavilion and Bronze Lot of the Las Vegas Convention Center:
Nissan Project Clubsport 23
Celebrating the iconic Nissna 370Z, the Nissan Project Clubsport 23 is an ongoing parts development platform built with ultimate goal of creating a vehicle that owners could duplicate themselves using Nissan Motorsports or aftermarket parts.
Starting with an older Nissan 370Z NISMO, the original 253kW 3.7 litre VQ37VHR engine was replaced by a factory fresh 3.0 litre VR30DDTT twin-turbo V6 rated at 295kW.
Extensive enhancements were made to the suspension, steering, braking and cooling system.
Exterior and interior modifications include custom body panels and Gloss Burnt Orange body wrap, along with a full roll cage and diamond-pattern upholstery offering a contemporary throwback to the diamond pattern vinyl used in the original 240Z.
Chris Forsberg Formula DRIFT 370Z
Three-time Formula DRIFT Champion Chris Forsberg’s instantly recognisable Nissan 370Z takes time off the racing circuit to make an appearance at the Nissan SEMA display.
With a twin-turbo VQ engine tucked under the carbon fiber body panels, this car is the essence of “show and go.”
Nissan Kicks Sound Machine
The Kicks Sound Machine was fabricated at Vehicle Effects in Hollywood. It made its debut at the BET Awards in Los Angeles in July.
A B&S Customising Lightweight Bed Box highlights a long list of features included on this first response vehicle.
From disaster relief efforts to employee blood drives, Nissan’s partnership with the American Red Cross has raised more than $2.5 million in donations over the past five years. The truck is prepared with the following amenities.