The tuning company presented an unusual version of the Nissan Navara pickup truck, which received a 1000-horsepower from the GT-R supercar, as well as an aggressive appearance corresponding to the power.
The Nissan Navara is no longer available for order in many European countries, but it can still be bought in Australia and New Zealand. It is believed that a new generation of the model is under development, but its predecessor still has some solid qualities when it comes to its off-road performance.
“What you see in the photos published below is the so-called Navara R, which is a heavily modified truck with many technical and visual improvements. “
Starting from the exterior, as you can see, there is a full custom body kit, which consists of wider wheel arches, new side skirts, and bumper extensions, as well as other aerodynamic chips. The interior remains mostly standard, although there is a new Kenwood infotainment system and a digital instrument cluster.
By far the most important update of this Navara is under the hood. The upgraded V6 engine, borrowed from the 4.1-liter Nissan GT-R with dual turbocharging with a Syvecs control unit, provides an impressive peak power of 1,000 horsepower. This engine is known as the VR41 and is a 3.8-liter GT-R engine with an increased displacement of up to 4.1 liters. Power is transmitted to all four wheels via a specially designed dual-clutch transmission developed by Dodson Motorsport of New Zealand.
We don’t know how fast this Navara is, but chances are it’s one of the most powerful and fastest pickups in the world. It is also the world’s first known project to replace the GT-R engine with Navara. The suspension of the pickup truck has been completely redesigned using the original GT-R subframes with KW V4 Racing Coilover suspension and HLS 4 hydraulic lifting system.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the Chinese version of the Nissan Navara with a more beautiful interior about the Ruiqi brand was presented. We are talking about the new Ruiqi 7 pickup truck for the Chinese market, built by the Zhengzhou Nissan joint venture.