The 2014 Euro-spec Nissan Pulsar has received a digital makeover from Wildspeed who envisioned the model in Nismo RS clothing.

The 2014 Euro-spec Nissan Pulsar has received a digital makeover from Wildspeed who envisioned the model in Nismo RS clothing.

It was only on Tuesday when Nissan introduced the Pulsar for Europe and already independent designers imagined the hatchback as a range-topping Nismo RS derivative. The vehicle has received a subtle and tasteful body kit with a redesigned front bumper equipped with larger vents, along with extended side skirts, a lowered suspension, red accents and beefier wheels sourced from the 2015 370Z Nismo.

Nissan already confirmed plans for a hot Pulsar equipped with a turbocharged 4-cylinder, 1.6-liter DIG-T engine that will come out sometime next year packing 190 PS (139 kW). That will most likely be the Nismo version so if they are working on an even more potent Nismo RS, expect output to exceed the 200 PS mark and could possibly match the Juke Nismo RS' 218 PS (160 kW) and 280 Nm (206 lb-ft).

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Nissan Pulsar render in Nismo RS guise has potential