Nissan will bring to Paris the Pulsar Nismo, which you partially see in the photo below, as the car prepares to enter the showroom.
The car will be a pre-production version and we see that it is wearing a different front bumper with large air intakes, red front spoiler, different LED daytime running lights, larger brakes and new wheels.
Under the hood it will probably be equipped with a 1.8 liter cylinder turbo petrol engine producing 270 hp, which will be the engine of the Qashqai Nismo. Nissan may also use the Pulsar Nismo to try to break this year’s Nürburgring record for the fastest front wheel drive car, which currently belongs to the Renault Megane RS 275 Trophy-R with 7 minutes and 54.36 sec. The production of the Japanese hot hatch is believed to start in the second half of 2015.