Nissan’s all-new Pulsar Nismo Concept unveiled today at the 2014 Paris Motor Show announces a new high-performance model that will join the Nismo lineup soon. Shown in public for the first time, the Pulsar Nismo Concept follows the same design philosophy seen on the other Nismo models, such as the Juke Nismo RS or the GT-R Nismo.
The vehicle is finished in satin grey and surrounding the body is the Nismo trademark a.k.a. Layered Double-Wing accentuated in red. The new body kit includes a new front bumper with larger air intakes and striking brake cooling vents, new side skirts, a new rear roof spoiler as well as a new front bumper with integrated exhaust system and central twin exhaust pipes.
Moreover, the vehicle gets 19-inch five arm alloy wheels wrapped in 235/35 R19 tyres and a chrome trim around the side windows painted in black and Nismo red struck down the door mirrors.
Same sporty theme is continued at the interior where the concept car gets a red couloured tachometer, sport bucket seats wrapped in Alcantara, a new three-spoke steering wheel and alloy pedals.
There are no details about the engine found under the hood, but we expect to see a 1.6-liter turbocharged petrol engine that delivers up to 200 hp.