November 1, 2007
Nissan displays performance vehicles at 2007 SEMA Show
Modified Nissan Sentra. Click image to enlarge
Las Vegas, Nevada – Nissan is celebrating its ninth year at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas with a display of performance vehicles. The company is showing two custom 2008 Altima Coupes, three 350Z sports cars, two Sentra sedans and two Titan trucks built by aftermarket vehicle suppliers and customizers, as well as a special Xterra project created by Nissan’s engineering staff.
“Nissan is thrilled to be at the 2007 SEMA show with a full array of vehicles, from our 350Z sports car to our full-size Titan trucks, which once again proves that Nissan vehicles are the premier foundations for creative expressions by their owners,” said Bill Bosley, vice president and general manager, Nissan Division. “What I’m most excited about is how SEMA offers Nissan and its customers a glimpse to the over-the-edge performance potential of the all-new 2008 Altima Coupe, just like our partners did last year with Versa.”
The display cars include an Altima Coupe with turbocharged 450-plus horsepower VQ-series engine and 20-inch wheels; Sentra SE-R Spec V with performance exhaust and brakes, and a complete in-car entertainment system; Sentra 2.0 S with body kit and lowered suspension; 350Z Roadster with supercharged engine, racing brake system and carbon fibre seats; a 350Z that will compete at the 2008 Formula Drift and NOPI Drift competitions; and a Titan King Cab outfitted for off-road and hunting and finished completely in camouflage.