Recently, Nissan’s motor-sport division revealed the 2021 Nissan Patrol Nismo. It comes offering impressive body styling and sportier looks than the standard model. The division has been working on this new patrol Nismo all by hand, right from the engine output all the way to the aerodynamics and suspension tune.

Apart from the looks of the 2021 Nissan patrol Nismo, some work has also been done on the V8  petrol engine which has resulted in an impressive power output of 320KW and 520 NM of torque. In comparison to the standard Nissan patrol v8 engine, there is 20KW more power considering the standard model engine powers only 298KW and 520NMof torque.

The power upgrades are a result of the four master engine builders who are also responsible for building the Nissan GTR engine right from the Nissan Yokohama engine plant in japan. The four masters are also known as the legendary Takumi craftsmen team.

From the exterior, the patrol Nismo looks more aggressive and bold, thanks to the new 3D-effect mesh grille, new front lamps and dark chrome inserts in the rear bumper, as well as new tail lamps. More changes include; a new side-duct to the front bumper that allows no lift also comes with a rear spoiler that improves the airflow and also aids the Nismo patrol on high speeds as well as better braking performance.

When it comes to better handling on the road and the sportier feel, new Bilstein shock absorbers have been fitted to all four corners of the new 2021 Nissan Patrol Nismo. Additionally, the chassis has also been strengthened and also lighter 22-inch alloy wheels fitted.

Stepping inside the 2021 patrol Nismo, a luxury feel is felt. it all starts with the Alcantara trimming right from on the seat and steering wheel, while the Nismo branding and red carbon fibre inserts all over.

Despite the Nissan patrol Nismo being designed with a unique customer in mind who love the pure performance, unfortunately, it is only available for middle east customers for now.

via Carsguide


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