In case of emergency, you’ll want to be driving the Nissan X-Trail Mountain Rescue concept. Why? First off, its wheels have been replaced with snow tracks, providing extreme traction on slippery pistes, while the rear seats have been removed to allow the installation of a stretcher, as well as a seat for a medical professional.
Sleek and stylish, the Nissan Ariya NISMO EV is based on the automakers’ e-4ORCE platform and has a second electric motor at the rear axle for all-wheel-drive fun. B6, the base model, makes 362 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque, connected to a 66.0-kWh battery pack.
This heavily modified 1996 Nissan 180SX sports a one-off lift kit, Method Race wheels, a front push bar, and many more mods that enable it to easily handle any off-road adventures. Some of the most notable upgrades are the Rocket Bunny over-fenders and 15-inch Method Race wheels wrapped in 30-inch BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A tires.
JDM fans rejoice! This Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R tissue box is real, but it will set you back at least $46.80 USD. Available in silver, blue, and black colors, this decorative piece not only looks cool, but it even has functional wheels for easy transportation.
Limited to 1,734 units worldwide, this 1998 Nissan Stagea 260RS Autech was never released in the US, but it could be yours for the right price. Power comes from a R33 GT-R-sourced RB26DETT 2.6L twin-turbocharged straight-6 engine making 280 horsepower and 271 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission.