The Nissan Pulsar Nismo concept is currently making its global debut during the Paris Motor Show
The Nissan Pulsar Nismo concept is currently making its global debut during the Paris Motor Show.
Shown in public for the first time, the study “explores the styling and engineering possibilities of a sporting flagship for the Pulsar range”. Although this is still a concept, Nissan says the company is “committed to developing its Nismo line-up with the ambition of delivering bold new performance models to a new generation of drivers”.
The Pulsar Nismo is finished in satin grey with contrasting red lines. The front bumper features large air intakes and brake cooling vents, while the rear has integrated a diffuser and a central twin exhaust pipes. The concept also benefits from 19-inch five arm alloy wheels with 235/35 R19 tires, a unique carbon fiber rear spoiler, side skirts and flared wheel arches.
Inside, the Pulsar Nismo Concept continues the race-inspired theme with a red colored tachometer, deeply sculpted sports seats trimmed in Alcantara, a sporty three-spoke steering wheel and alloy pedals.
There are still no details about the engine that powers the sports hatch, but the Japanese company explains the car features a sports suspension system with revised spring and damper settings to provide drivers with “the kind of agile and sporty responses that are synonymous with Nismo models”.
Further details will be announced soon.