Nissan are attending this year's SEMA show in Las Vegas, taking with them 5 amazing highly customised models. In addition to two Titan rescue vehicles, a rolling DJ booth Kicks and Chris Forsberg's Formula Drift car, Nissan will also be taking a very special 370Z named the 'Project Clubsport 23'.
At the heart of the custom 370z, Nissan have replaced the 3.7 litre engine with the 400hp 3-litre twin turbo V6 from an infinity Q50. To cope with the large increase in power, extensive enhancements have been made to major chassis components and the car has Nissan's new NISMO brake package. The suspension has been upgraded with newly released NISMO parts such as added bracing, coilovers and Eibach springs. The interior has has a once over with some racing upgrades, as has the exterior with special racing wheels.
Other exciting Nissan's on show are the Nissan Titan 'Paw One', a purpose special built animal rescue vehicle, built to rescue pets in natural disaster situations. Pictured above and on the right is the Utlimate Service Titan, build for the red cross - a disaster response vehicle, part command centre, part all-terrain ambulance. Pictured below is the US Kicks model that evolves info a rolling DJ booth featuring a huge amount of external speakers. Cool stuff!