Nissan will attempt to steal the show at SEMA 2022 when it unveils the all-new Z GT4 racing car and six concept vehicles. The concept vehicles run the gamut from electric vehicles, to off-road trucks, and performance cars. Nissan’s showcase at the upcoming 2022 SEMA Show in Las Vegas will also include two “parts walls” featuring off-road and NISMO accessory parts for owners to personalize their rides.
A pair of EVs, produced in a partnership with Tommy Pike Customs of Greenville, S.C., are on display to embrace the future of electric vehicles for gearheads.
The Nissan Sunny LEAF project is a powertrain swap between a Nissan Leaf and a classic Sunny pickup truck.
If you want an endless summer driven by an electric vehicle, check out this 2023 Ariya all-electric crossover with a lot of retro beach-style flavor.
The redesigned Frontier is the basis of two concept trucks that explore the wide range of possibilities for a Nissan pickup.
Forsberg Racing took the Frontier and made it capable for any rocky terrain with the NISMO Off-Road Frontier V8 concept. The concept truck features a V8 from the Nissan Titan, a wide-body conversion, and a lot of Nismo off-road parts.
Influencer Christina Roki will show a Frontier Street Truck project. This Frontier is an homage to the mini-truck trend of the 1990s and wears the appropriate lowered stance and prominent graphics.
For Z fanatics Nissan is displaying a pair of its iconic sports car.
If you’re a drifting fan, I suggest you check out Chris Forsberg’s 1,300-horsepower 2023 Formula Drift Z. Based on Forsberg’s experience in developing competitive drift cars the Formula Drift Z looks fast and powerful standing still.
For those wanting something a little more street legal, a NISMO accessorized Z will be on display. The very custom Z highlights a lot of options for those that wish to add more personal flavor to their ride.