Sunny Pick-up and Ariya Surfwagon: Nissan with two BEV show cars at SEMA

Sunny Pick-up and Ariya Surfwagon: Nissan with two BEV show cars at SEMA


At the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, the largest auto show in the world, there are all kinds of crazy cars and more to see. Wide, deep, loud? Not always … But always completely individual. So it shows Nissan including a 1978 Sunny pickup and Ariya The Surfwagon concept of two super cool convertibles showcases cars that have been converted into electric drivetrains for the Leaf interior.

Tuning meets lightning: Nissan has two in partnership with Tommy Pike Customs of Greenville Electric Vehicle Concepts brought to SEMA to show how automotive interest can grow in the future of the electric car. The first project is a 1987 Nissan Sunny owned by TPC owner Tommy Pike. It is equipped with an electric motor with 40 kWhLithium Ion Battery Pack one Nissan Leaf are closed. With 147 hp and 236 Nm of torque, the e-machine has almost twice the power and more than three times the torque of the four-cylinder petrol engine previously installed in the Sun.

The conversion includes a custom CNC-milled transmission adapter, “Hakosuka” Skyline wide body kit, aluminum battery box, custom drive shaft, LED headlight conversion, new rear suspension, conversion Nissan front suspension. 240SX S13, including coilovers, disc brakes and lower wishbones, a new interior and of course a stylish paint job. 17-inch wheels from Rotiform complete the look.

“I bought the Sunny Truck because I thought it was a beautiful piece of Nissan history. Especially when I saw that it was a right-hand drive model. What a wonderful step Sunny took. electric car Transforming it into a Brock Racing Enterprises livery felt like the perfect way to celebrate Nissan’s heritage and modern innovation.”says Tommy Pike.

Sunny Pick-up and Ariya Surfwagon: Nissan with two BEV show cars at SEMA
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Nissan Ariya becomes a “sliding car”

Of Lift up that’s not your thing? But then maybe that Ariyaa concept that also combines retro design with modern technology. The new all-electric crossover shines in Las Vegas as a beach-style cruiser that’s been lavishly detailed. Also designed by Tommy Pike Customs of South Carolina for Nissan, it’s instantly eye-catching. Thanks in large part to the premium vinyl wrap with wood chipping and chrome plating reminiscent of beach cruisers of decades past. The Surfwagon features 20-inch “Smoothie” wheels with polished stainless steel center caps, whitewall tires, a custom-made roof rack that can accommodate two 7-foot surfboards and, of course, proper lowering .

Surfwagon is designed to stimulate conversation and ideas. Like customization in one Later with electric cars they can look like and, more importantly, how they themselves BEV they can adapt to the interests of their owners. Surfwagon has the same usability and functionality as the standard Ariya. It doesn’t matter how: both show cars It is definitely something special and attracts everyone’s attention.

Source: Nissan – press release