- The Nissan Patrol Nismo looks quiet more of a beast than its standard model.
- It gets a stonking 5.6-litre, V8 motor under its hood.
- The cabin has been revamped up as well to match the aggressive exterior updates.
The Nissan Patrol facelift was globally unveiled in September 2019. After a hit success in almost 18 month, the Japanese carmaker launched the hotter Nismo version of the SUV. The Nissan Patrol Nismo looks quite more powerful than the standard model due to its beefier body kits and an array of red accents both on the inside and outside the car.
Moreover, it stands quite tall on 22-inch wheels and sports sharp LED for lights that builds up on its imposing looks. It has been further updated the honeycomb grille with the Nismo badge.
A 5.6-litre, naturally-aspirated, V8 motor is equipped under its hood. It offers you with 422 bhp and 560 Nm of peak torque along with being mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission. Nismo has also updated the suspension with a Bilstein setup for maintaining its agility around bends and sharper cornering.
Coming to its interiors, it has got the same two-screen setup that was introduced on the regular model. Nissan has jazzed up the cabin with a red and black theme, carbon fiber accents and Alcantara upholstery. It also sports a 13-speaker Bose sound system while you also get both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration along with a lot of safety tech and driver aids.