Do not adjust your set. What you’re seeing here are official renderings produced not by the internet’s amateur Photoshop brigade, but by Nissan itself.
Nissan’s American arm has turned the blender up to 11, throwing a handful of its models into the bowl to see what comes out.
But, unlike the heroic GT-R powered Juke-R, this is one set of mashups that we will likely never see in production. (Or, at least, we hope not… - Ed.)
The ‘Nismo Mashup’ campaign, which has been running over the past couple of months, asks fans to pick one of four Nismo-enhanced models and any of Nissan’s 2014 passenger models.
Nissan then tasks its artists with combining them into one freaky performer.
Back in February, that resulted in the Leaf GT-R, an alarmingly appealing hot hatch that will likely never happen.
Now, the company has turned out a set of new mashups, including a four-door GT-R that ties in elements from the US-market Maxima sedan, along with a two-door version of the Pulsar sedan with a 370Z face- and bum-lift.
What a world…