Saturday, November 25, 2017

Nismo Heritage Program Update

Good news for R32 owners as Nissan sheds more light on the Nismo Heritage Program as well as a release date for the first batch of parts.

Around 80 parts will go on sale in Japan starting December 1st, spanning from aero to mechanical parts indispensable for the car to function or pass shaken (Japanese mandatory roadworthiness test).

No news yet about a release outside Japan market, but I’m sure that they will make their way overseas through third party channels (hopefully without too much speculation).

Some of the parts will be on display at Nismo Festival tomorrow and it should be interesting to see how owners will react.

Nismo has also released more information about the S1 engine menu and aero parts for the R35.

The “new” GT-R is now a 10 years old car and the new aero surely adds a fresh factor to one of the most iconic car designs in modern times.

That’s it for today: up nice and early tomorrow for Nismo Festival at Fuji Speedway.

Until next time.

2 comments:

  1. hope the r35 parts are not too overpriced.

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    1. For now maybe not...
      Not the same on early GT-Rs though. Now I have to save up again for the GTR BNR32 (maybe our BNR34 also) restore parts. lol.

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