All told, the engine, dubbed the DIG-T (Direct Injection Gasoline-Turbocharged), produces around 300hp and has the same technology found in the Nissan Juke
DIG-T. Nissan also put together a solid team of innovators and other experts to make this project a reality. These people include British designer Ben Browlby, American motorsport entrepreneur Don Panoz, former F1 driver Dan Gurney, the two-time championship-winning Highcroft Racing Team, and Michelin Tires North America. Could this be the future of motorsport? If testing proves successful along with its 'Garage 56' experimental Le Mans entry, then anything is possible.