Sprinter Bolt unveils Nissan GT-R NISMO in Los Angeles

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Nissan’s Director of Excitement Usain Bolt Wednesday unveiled Nissan GT-R NISMO at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show, marking the North American debut of the machine branded by its creator “the most powerful Nissan GT-R supercar ever”.

According to Nissannews.com the GT-R NISMO is the fourth model in the 2015 GT-R line-up.

Aalong with the GT-R Premium, Black Edition and Track Edition, the GT-R NISMO features extensive engine, suspension, exterior, and interior enhancements.
It is scheduled to be available later in 2014, following the January on-sale date of the other 2015 GT-R models.
Nissan also revealed two other cars at the Los Angeles Auto Show, which runs from November 22 through December 1, 2013, at the Los Angeles Convention Centre. The other two are a custom-built Sentra NISMO Concept and the debut of the production version of the new 2014 Nissan JUKE NISMO RS.
Jamaica’s sprint sensation and Nissan’s Director of Excitement Bolt, who owns a special gold-painted Nissan GT-R, assisted Nissan Divisional Vice-president, Sales and Marketing Fred Diaz in revealing the new GT-R NISMO, Nissannews.com said.
NISMO, its vision and name derived from NISsan MOtorsports, has embarked on an aggressive journey to expand its presence beyond the racetrack in key markets around the world, Nissannews said. Already a legendary brand among professional and grass-roots racers, as well as performance enthusiasts everywhere, NISMO now is applying its near-50 years of engineering experience and expertise to an expanding range of affordable production vehicles. Along with the all-new GT-R NISMO, JUKE NISMO and new JUKE NISMO RS, a 2014 370Z NISMO Coupe is offered at Nissan dealers across the US.
“All Nissan products, just like the new GT-R NISMO, stand out among the competition because they are about the driver first and foremost and about using innovation to transform the driving experience,” said Diaz.

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