What exactly will one see at the Nissan stands at the 2013 Tokyo Auto Show? As one would expect from the major auto makers of Japan, an exciting lineup is in store for the 2013 Tokyo Auto Show which is being held from January 11 to 13, 2013. As per inputs received, the Japanese automaker has planned an assortment of vehicles which include street cars and race cars which are expected to total to 10 vehicles to be displayed.
Vehicles in the compact segment, commercial vehicles and sports cars such as 370Z and GT-R are expected to make their debut. Nissan will also be showcasing a pair of Juke’s while the Leaf Nismo Performance Package is also planned where it will be seen with a new aerodynamic kit and enhanced efficiency.
Nissan Motul Autech GT-R race car, a part of the Super GT series will be on display as will also the 2013. It was Motul Autech GT-R that competed in the GT500 class of the 2012 Super GT Series. GT-R Nismo GT3 race car and 370 Z has been developed with new Z Challenge specifications. 2013 Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 made its debut in March 2012, and is seen as an improvised version of the 2012 model however with better engine output and enhanced aerodynamics. For more information, scroll down.
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2013 Tokyo Auto Salon Vehicle Lineup
Juke Personalization Concept
The unique nature of the Juke begs to be modified to the enthusiast driver’s tastes, and the Juke Personalization Concept does that in a fun and fashionable way.
Note Personalization Concept
This exciting new example of “the customized hot hatch” will feature a daring graphics motif that is dubbed as “digital camouflage.”
Juke Nismo (Reference exhibit):
The Juke Nismo was engineered and developed with the passion and experience that has made Nismo one of the world’s premiere motorsports organizations and factory-tuning divisions.
Nissan LEAF Nismo Performance Package
Inspired by Nismo race machines, the Leaf Nismo’s special body kit possesses aerodynamic technology that optimizes front and rear lift balance for improved overall stability and efficiency.
Fairlady Z Nismo Z-Challenge Spec (Reference exhibit):
Complete with safety equipment and other parts necessary for motorsports, this specially-built racecar—which will compete in the single-spec race series called the Z-Challenge—provides a safe and thrilling way for enthusiasts to enjoy driving on a racetrack
Motul Autech GT-R
Nissan GT-Rs won three out of the eight total races in the GT500 class of the 2012 Super GT Series, with the S Road Mola GT-R taking both the Team Championships and the Drivers Title for the second straight year.
The Motul Autech GT-R was one of the racecars that competed in the GT500 class of the 2012 Super GT Series.
Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3
The 2013 Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3, which made its debut in March 2012, is an improved version of the 2012 model, with better engine output, increased reliability and enhanced aerodynamics. The racecar is in compliance of FIA GT3 regulation and will continue its assault on racing events all over the world, including the Super GT, Super Taikyu and the British GT Championship.
This revolutionary new racecar has garnered worldwide attention since its debut last year. Using only half the fuel supply and tires of a conventional racecar, the DeltaWing competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in June 2012 and finished 5th overall at the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) finale in October 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia.
NV350 Caravan Rider Transporter
With grandiose styling and exceptional cargo capacity, the custom-built NV350 Caravan Rider is truly a commercial van for the new generation. Not only is it a capable workhorse, it also excels as an ideal recreational/leisure vehicle for those with active lifestyles.
Thanks to its powerful exterior design, the Note Rider has high dose of flair for a compact car. The dark-plated front fascia and aluminum wheels that highlight this Auto Salon-special model exude a high level of “coolness.”