What Did Nissan Bring to SEMA 2019?
Each year, the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) show puts on display some of the coolest vehicles that car and auto parts manufacturers can come up with. Most years, Nissan shows up big at SEMA, and SEMA 2019 is no different.
Nissan brought 3 vehicles to SEMA for 2019, one built for racing, another for off-road fun, and yet another for stylish city driving. Let’s check them out below.
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Global Time Attack TT 370Z Racing Features
In addition to the 750-plus horsepower engine powering this racer, this edition of the 370Z gets added Garrett GTX 3076 turbochargers and an HGT Precision 6-speed transmission. Outside, Nissan has outfitted the car with a custom carbon fiber aerodynamic package.
Frontier Desert Runner
The Nissan Frontier is a beloved truck in the pickup market, and the Desert Runner is no doubt a favorite. It’s available to consumers as an extra package that adds off-road styling. The one shown at SEMA has a few enhancements, however, and these include an upgrade from a V6 to V8 engine, a BTF Fabrication front suspension kit, Fiberworx Pre Runner fenders, off-road lighting from Rigid Industries, and so much more.
Kicks Street Sport
At first glance, it’s easy to tell that this isn’t the Nissan Kicks you’re used to. The Kicks Color Studio was used to develop custom pieces for the Kicks’ exterior that include a larger front air dam and side skirts. Fender flairs were implemented at each corner by MA Motorsports to fit the offset wheels. Moreover, the Kicks Street Sport features a custom suspension with NISMO shock absorbers.
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These are some exciting vehicles, and although they may not be available for sale to the public in their current form, it does show what Nissan and other manufacturers are capable of for future vehicles. To learn more about anything and everything from Nissan, check back to our website blog.
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