Located in Lynnwood, Washington, the Nismo company is a small business in the Computer Systems Design and Related Services Industry. The company employs 10 people and has a sales volume of $490,000. This is a modelled figure, which may not reflect the actual contact count. Principal and contact counts are estimates, and may differ from those on D&B Hoovers. The company has a customer list of approximately 100 people, and is actively seeking new clients.
Nissan Motorsports & Customizing Co., Ltd
The new company is the result of a merger between Autech Japan Inc. and Nissan Motorsports International Co. Ltd. The new company will make better use of the Autech expertise and the power of the NISMO brand. Nissan has invested 480 million yen in the new venture, and will create 600 jobs. It will focus on motorsports and customizing production cars. Nissan also plans to further develop its global brand and drive sustainable development through its motorsports activities.
The team has teamed up with Autech to develop three fun, relaxing models. The company’s first concept car, the Elgrand Rider, will be introduced at the event. The company’s goal is to create the ultimate racing experience. Nissan plans to offer the latest technology and innovation in the motorsports and customizing industry. At the 2019 NASCAR season, Nissan has plans to release more than 20 new vehicles.
Nissan Note Nismo
The new generation of the Nissan Note Nismo features a minor facelift. This model gets new LED headlights and revised grille. It also gets a revised steering wheel and a new V Selection + Safety trim level. Both of these add features such as automatic emergency braking and Lane Departure Warning. Unlike the standard Note, the Note Nismo’s suspension is also lower than the base model.
The new car will be sold in Japan only. Nissan says the sales of the Nismo Note will begin later this year. Nismo stands for “performance,” and the Note Nismo incorporates the styling of the performance brand Nismo. The car is touted to have next-generation design and smooth acceleration. There’s also a Nissan Note e-Power Nismo variant that will cost a little more.
Nissan GT-R Z-tune
The 20th anniversary edition of the Nissan GT-R Z-tune is an extremely rare and pricey vehicle. The price of a Z-tuned GT-R can reach over one hundred thousand dollars. It’s not clear who exactly was behind this unusual sale. However, the price tag might be a good indication of how much this car is worth. In this article, we’ll look at some of the main aspects of this car.
The standard Nissan GT-R model received changes. It replaced the V*Spec N1 with the V*Spec II N1, and the carbon bonnet is now unpainted. The V*Spec N1 was discontinued in 1973, but Nissan revived the GT-R nameplate in 1989 when it entered the Group A racing scene. The new GT-R was intended to dominate the Group A class. And the results have been impressive!
Nissan GT-R LM NISMO racecar
The Nissan GT-R LM NISMO was the first front-wheel-drive FIA P1 endurance racer in Nissan’s history, and it made its racing debut at Le Mans in June. The team, however, had to withdraw the car due to technical issues, which ultimately prevented them from finishing. The race was the first step toward Nissan’s return to the FIA World Endurance Championship.
The Nissan GT-R LM NISMO is driven by former Peugeot driver Marc Gene. This car will be a radical reinterpretation of the rulebook and will be a true competitor. Marc Gene has extensive Le Mans experience, having won the race with Peugeot in 2009.
The GT-R LM NISMO is a front-engine car with big KERS ambitions. It can be equipped with an FWD with a V6 only, or with KERS powering the rear. Its unique front-engine design offers through-flow aerodynamics that make it ideal for racing. Rear-engined LMP1-H chassis are limited by space in the back. Large auxiliary systems are housed in sidepods.