Including a new GT-R Nismo GT3 racer.
The SEMA Show of the Far East, next month the 2015 Tokyo Auto Salon will open its doors to a variety of concepts showcasing local manufacturers’ aftermarket capabilities. Nissan is the latest carmaker to preview what it has in store, starting with the Juke Personalization Advanced Concept that sports a yellow body color with black stripes and black alloys, as well as a front spoiler and revised side skirts.
Borrowing a similar color theme, the e-NV200 Sports Utility Gear concept features a black and gold body with unique alloys, while unrevealed mods are said to make it both practical and sporty. Nissan will also showcase a 370 Z / Fairlady Z Nismo with a range of performance parts including Recaro seats and an aerodynamic body kit, while the March Nismo S and Note Nismo S will also arrive in the Japanese capital with an assortment of performance mods. The lineup is completed by a 2015 GT-R Nismo GT3, said to be more aerodynamic, lighter and fuel efficient than the outgoing racer.