Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) celebrates its 50th year of vending cars and trucks in North America in 2008 and its 10th year as an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) member in the SEMA Show with 12 extremely modified Nissan vehicles manufactured by aftermarket vehicle suppliers/customizers, in addition to Nissan's very own engineering personnel. The dozen vehicles that are in Nissan's lineup, will include a wide variety of vehicles from the exotic Nissan GT-R supercar to a Nissan employee-built ´32 Ford Highboy hot rod propelled by a Nissan 300ZX engine, will be on exhibit at the SEMA Show in the Las Vegas Convention Center from Tuesday, November 4 through Friday, November 7 at the Nissan SEMA booth. Al Castignetti, vice president, Nissan Sales, said: The automotive specialty equipment industry has exploded in recent years, with sales exceeding $35 billion. We´re proud that so many professional builders and individual enthusiasts chose Nissan vehicles as the platform for creating their own modified and customized dream machines. Considered as Nissan 4-Door Sports Car the Maxima received the total aftermarket handling from renowned Nissan race driver and designer Steve Millen. Alterations consist of engine airflow management enhancements , rear roof and deck lid spoilers, custom wheels and tires and a dual-tone black-and-silver paint finish.
Gallery: Nissan maxima Steve Millen