Six exclusive vehicles will be displayed by Nissan at the 2021 SEMA Show next week.
On November 2-5, 2021, Nissan will showcase 3 new vehicles and 3 additional favorites at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas, which is a significant event for the automotive community.
A booth of Nissan at the 2021 SEMA Show will demonstrate the Project Overland Pathfinder and Project Overland Frontier, Rebelle Rally Frontier, Sung Kang’s “DocZ” Safari Rally-inspired 240Z, Altimaniac and the 2023 Nissan Z.
Nissan Project Overland Pathfinder
This vehicle is adventure-ready and perfect for homeschooling, as it helps to learn how owners can install simple modifications. Upgrades include a number of custom fabricated NISMO Off-Road parts: a lift kit, wheels, shocks, an expedition roof rack, 83L rugged cases, 6-inch driving lights, a front bumper guard, rock rails, a multi-fit hitch carrier, Camper Conversion Kit.
Nissan Project Overland Frontier
The model shows how NISMO off-road components can enhance the pickup. The NISMO Off-Road Performance parts it uses include a suspension kit, a cat-back system, a heavy-duty bumper, a rooftop tent, 4-inch round driving lamps, an all-weather bed drawer system, an all-terrain GPS system, a digital switch box, a portable lithium battery power source, a foldable solar panel.
Early next year, new NISMO Off-Road parts will be available through Nissan dealers.
Nissan Rebelle Rally Frontier
This is the 2022 Nissan Frontier PRO-4X with NISMO Off-Road equipment which came off a 6th-place finish in the 2021 Rebelle Rally.
Sung Kang’s “DocZ” Safari Rally-inspired 240Z
Actor and producer Sung Kang of Fast and Furious and his mentor Erick Aguilar found a broken-down 1971 Nissan 240Z in East African Safari Rally homage livery. A team of craftsmen completely restored the car, and it is a greater vehicle now than the original retro concept.
They refreshed the engine, suspension, brakes, wheels. The body underwent a total makeover, including the replacement of a roof and new panels.
Formula Drift World Champion Chris Forsberg has built a unique version of the 2021 Nissan Altima called “Altimaniac” in partnership with Valvoline and Nissan.
This is a 4-seater drift car with a custom livery, a tube chassis, GT-R’s VR38 twin-turbo 2000-hp V6 engine, a fully adjustable custom race suspension, and an RTS 6XD sequential transmission. Inside there are four carbon fiber Recaro seats, a full double-halo roll cage protection for each passenger.
2023 Nissan Z
The SEMA Show hosts a special Nissan Z Proto Spec edition which is limited to only 240 units for the American market.
The silhouette honors the original 240Z. The cabin features a driver-centric cockpit with a 12.3-inch customizable TFT meter display, leather-appointed sports seats, an 8-speaker Bose Audio system.
All 2023 Nissan Z models come with a 400-hp 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbo engine paired to either a 6-speed manual transmission or a 9-speed automatic one. The Sport and Performance trim levels will be available. Sales begin in spring 2022.