Nissan went parts-bin shopping to build this concept car for the Melbourne International Motor Show, with all the non-stock parts for the car coming from its NISMO performance unit.
The 350Z gains a full body kit, NISMO 19-inch wheels, NISMO S-tune suspension kit (new springs, shocks and anti-roll bars), exhaust system, performance clutch and limited slip differential.
NISMO trim pieces adorn the interior, including a titanium (!) shift knob.
The important thing about this car isn't the specific modifications, of course, it's the extent of Nissan's factory-approved go-faster parts list (available through Nissan dealers). A considerably more radical NISMO 350Z debuted in Japan last week (picture after the jump...)
[Sources: Nissan Australia, NISMO. via gizmag]
NISMO's Fairlady SuperGT competition car for the 2006 season.