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Nissan recently announced it would showcase a total of nine vehicles at the upcoming Tokyo Auto Salon, and the Japanese automaker has now decided to take the wraps off its collection in advance of the show.
Above is the Leaf Aero Concept, which Nissan says is a peak into the future at what electric cars could look like. Also set to debut in Tokyo (see below) is the Juke Sporty Package, featuring accessory add-ons (including 17-inch wheels) that will be offered through dealers in both North America and Europe.
Seven other models will also take the stage in Tokyo, including a track-specific GT-R and even a NISMO-tuned version of the Elgrand (now sold in the U.S. as the Quest minivan).
GALLERY: Nissan’s 2011 Tokyo Auto Salon Cars
Nissan is set to showcase nine models at the upcoming Tokyo Auto Salon, with the star certain to be the GT-R RC (Racing Edition).
Based on the production GT-R, the Racing Edition is built by NISMO specifically for track duty and will meet FIA standards allowing it to race in different series throughout the world. It will come with a roll cage, 120-liter fuel cell, air jacks and feature racing slicks and a custom suspension.
In addition to this car and several others, Nissan will also put the focus on tuning with two modified vehicles: the Juke and the Leaf. Starting with the Leaf, Nissan will unveil what it calls the Leaf Aero Style Concept. Essentially a Leaf with a wild body kit, Nissan intends to showcase what the future of electric cars might look like.
As for the Juke, it will be shown with a ‘Sporty Package’ including numerous accessories like 17-inch aluminum wheels. Nissan has said the parts will be offered in North America and Europe in the future.
Get the full details on all nine cars in the official release after the jump: