Nissan's 370Z project is designed to be a track-day car, with modifications to improve safety and performance.

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Under the hood, Nissan swapped in the 400-horsepower, twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 from the Infiniti Q50 and Q60. It's mated to a six-speed manual transmission.

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Handling upgrades include KW Variant coilover suspension, Eibach springs and Nismo chassis braces.

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Nissan says that if enough customers express interest, it will offer a "builder's kit" with all the parts needed for someone to turn their own 370Z into the Project Clubsport 23.

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Nissan turned a Titan XD pickup truck into a support vehicle for the American Red Cross by adding a big box in place of the normal bed.

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The truck features Wi-Fi, solar power, a kitchen and rest quarters for Red Cross personnel on-site at a disaster.

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Nissan says the truck can also be used as a mobile blood-donation center.

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The Nissan Kicks is already offered with a Bose sound system, but the Kicks Sound Machine concept goes even further by adding dozens more Bose speakers.

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A pull-out drawer at the back of the crossover features DJ equipment for mixing tunes will on the move.

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