“Try to think of the Nismo brand as an affordable alternative to Mercedes’ AMG division,” Palmer exclusively told us. “Normal Nismo versions will get a power hike of around 15 per cent, but the focus will be more on distinctive styling with the red highlights. We’ll also tune the suspension and steering, so customers can get more out of the power they have.”
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Palmer also hinted that the GT-R and 370Z would get the RS treatment, but we’d have to wait until the next-generation 370Z appears in 2014 for that.Palmer says to expect the RS versions to be much more track focused, with the Juke-R referenced as a starting point. The Juke-R is a pretty radical vehicle, so its not something I would expect to be a starting point. Perhaps he meant the NISMO Juke as a starting point ?
Source: Motor Authority and Auto Express