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In some news from day one of the Paris motor show, it was a number of days ago that the brand new Nissan Pulsar Nismo model was officially spotted undergoing testing at the Nurburgring over in Germany and yesterday in France the vehicle was officially put on display to the public for the first time ever. The vehicle is a power orientated car but the version of the car that went on display yesterday has been confirmed to be just a design at this moment in time with a future production run for the car very much anticipated. The vehicle is looking more sporty than ever and shares some features to that of the Corsa from Vauxhall with their VXR model. Along with displaying the vehicle, the Nissan brand also confirmed some of the brand new features that will come along with the vehicle.

 

What did Nissan include spec wise for the Nismo version of the Pulsar?

So regarding some of these features to come along with the vehicle, we see that Nissan have included the fittings of larger air intakes for the car and a brand new body kit which makes the car look more aggressive than ever before. The vehicle has been lowered compared to that of the original Pulsar which means that the brand new red decals attached to the bottom of the car are now closer to the ground. Lightweight materials also have a key role to play with the new Nissan model as we see a carbon fibre spoiler find a place on the car and a set of 19 inch alloy wheels are also thrown in to give the car that extra special look. A set of two exhaust pipes put out some terrific sounds as demonstrated at the Nurburgring with thanks coming from the 1.6 litre turbo engine which will deliver on 247 brake horse power.

 

The inside of the car is also just as sporty as the outside as the Japanese firm confirmed the additions of Alcantara sports seating and a new spoked steering wheel.

 

What does the future hold for the Pulsar Nismo?

The vehicle is expected to make it onto the production line in the future but as far as a price tag that would potentially come along with the car is concerned,nothing has been confirmed but we would expect to hear more closer to a launch date. The likes of the Volkswagen Golf GTI would be expected to be an ideal competitor for the Pulsar Nismo and we believe that the doors to other brands could open in the future too.