It was during the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, the great international tuning event, that Nissan presented this Z unlike any other at the beginning of November. Prepared and manufactured with the specialist Tommy Pike Customs, it pays homage to the Datsun 240Z that won the 1971 East African Safari rally. From the suspension raised by 5 cm, to the Yokohama all-terrain tires, including the additional headlights and the livery red and black, it’s all there! On board, a guaranteed atmosphere with the roll bar, the specific Recaro seats and the four-point harnesses. To show off without gathering too much dust, this Nissan Safari Rally Z Tribute protects its underbody with a modified front bumper and a protection plate under the crankcase. For the mechanical part, it takes everything from the Nismo version of the Z, with 400 hp. Obviously, this is a showcar. But we must admit that this rally beast is terribly desirable!
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This year, Nissan will celebrate 90 years of passion and innovation, driven by a DNA: “doing what others dare not do”. Since its founding in 1933, this bold spirit has inspired Nissan and generations of employees to push the boundaries of innovation – enriching people’s lives with pioneering vehicles and technologies to create a cleaner, safer, more sustainable world. inclusive.
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