Nissan at the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon

Article by Christian A., on January 14, 2013

At the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon tuner show, Nissan introduced a Nissan Juke Personalization Concept as well as 9 other customized cars. Nissan said that the major theme of its display is personalization. It will present several customized editions of Nissan's domestic lineup like the Juke Personalization Concept, which is equipped with metallic paint and orange wheels, mirrors and window surrounds.

Nissan will also unveil track versions of the Nissan GT-R and Nissan Z. In addition, Nismo, Nissan's performance arm, will be showing off its version of the Nissan Juke. Another model that will be personalized is the new-generation Note hatchback, which features a bold graphics motif on the side that’s referred to as "digital camouflage."

Nissan will also display the Motul Autech GT-R from Super GT, Japan's top race series. Another highlight is the improved 2013 GT-R Nismo GT3. It’s believed that a lot of attention will go to the DeltaWing, the dart-shaped racer that appeared at the Le Mans 24 Hours.

The DeltaWing is a PR dream. The sleek, Nissan-powered racecar is set to debut in Japan and it’s believed to be so striking that it might just be the center of attention at the show.

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