Nissan bringing Project Rugged Rogue and Sentra DET Concept to 2023 SEMA show in Las Vegas next week.
Based on 2024 Rogue, Rugged Rogue features NISMO parts that make it better suited to off-roading adventures.
Rugged Rogue has NISMO Off Road components, including Roof-mounted kayak/mountain bike racks as well as Off Road wheels and roof rack.
Sentra DET Concept is inspired by the cars used in the Sentra Cup spec-racing series in Canada, including NISMO heritage.
DET Concept rides on an 18-inch NISMO LM-RS6 wheels while the cabin has Recaro Sportster CS front seats and a NISMO GT shift knob.
Japanese automaker Nissan has promised to bring off-road inspiration and motorsports excitement to the 2023 SEMA show in Las Vegas next week with the reveal of the Project Rugged Rogue and Sentra DET Concept.
In addition to these two impressive displays featuring off-road and street-focused NISMO accessory parts for owners to personalize their vehicles, Nissan will also showcase two of its new performance cars during the aftermarket and customization expo.
Based on the recently refreshed 2024 Rogue crossover SUV for family adventures, the Project Rugged Rogue features prototype NISMO Off Road components that make it better suited to off-roading adventures.
These includes Roof-mounted kayak and mountain bike racks, Off Road wheels (18 x 8.5 inches), Off Road dual-exit center exhaust, Custom carbon fiber fender flares and Off Road roof rack with NISMO Off Road 6-inch round driving lights.
The Sentra DET Concept, on the other hand, is inspired by the cars used in the Sentra Cup spec-racing series in Canada.
Nissan says that the dynamic concept pays homage to Nissan’s past, beloved SE-R models and NISMO heritage.
The Sentra DET Concept rides on an 18-inch NISMO LM-RS6 wheels that is wrapped in high-performance Yokohama ADVAN Neov AD09 tyres while the cabin has Recaro Sportster CS front seats and a NISMO GT shift knob.
Powering the Sentra DET concept is a performance-built turbocharged MR20DD 2.0-liter engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. The concept rides on a prototype NISMO coilover suspension featuring twin-tube shocks and linear-rate springs.