Nissan to bring 14 modified cars to the 2016 Tokyo Auto Salon image

Nissan is heading to the upcoming tuning show with no less than 14 cars, all specially created to be showcased at the event.

If a car with standard specs is not moving you at all, then the 2016 Tokyo Auto Salon from mid-January is the place to go if you are into customization. Nissan is set to display quite an impressive number of modified models at the most important tuning event in Japan, with no less than 14 special cars being created for the show. At Nissan’s crowded stand, 13 customized versions of their production vehicles will be ready to be admired, plus the Motul Autech GT-R racer that won the series championship in the 2015 SUPER GT GT500 class.

It is not an exclusively manly stand, as three of the models were created in collaboration with the French fashion designer Lolita Lempicka. The Micra/March, Versa/Note and Juke Lolita Lempicka Concepts feature a two-tone white and black exterior, with a possibility for these to be produced in a limited edition series.

The Nismo performance division will be represented by the X-Trail/Rogue SUV and Serena minivan featuring performance upgrades, along with the GT-R Nismo N Attack Package and Note Nismo S. Other cars on show will include the Leaf EV with an Aero Style kit, Sentra S Touring (sold in Japan as the Sylphy), Dayz Bolero and Rider, and Elgrand Rider Black Line.