New Nissan Pulsar Gets a Digital Nismo RS Costume

It’s far too early for Nissan to be sharing news on a possible Nismo-badged performance version of its new European market Pulsar, as it was only yesterday that we saw the first photos of the car, but it’s a different story with Photoshop manipulators.

The guys over at Road Mag had digital specialist Wild Speed stitch up a virtual Nismo costume for the Japanese compact hatch, with inspiration evidently coming from the just announced 2015 Nissan 370Z Nismo – they even share the same wheels.

We imagine that, if Nissan gave the Pulsar Nismo a green light, it would only make sense that it would use the Juke Nismo RS’ 215hp (218PS) and 280Nm (206 lb-ft) 1.6-liter turbocharged four. For the regular Pulsar, the most powerful unit announced is an 187hp (190PS) version of the 1.6L turbo petrol.

By John Halas

Thanks to Road Mag for the pics!



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