The forthcoming 2022 Nissan Patrol Nismo has been spied in the middle of a photoshoot in the United Arab Emirates.
The current Nissan Patrol, also sold as the Armada in the United States, was unveiled in late 2019 and the Japanese automaker clearly hasn’t wasted any time in creating a high-performance version. While it is unclear which markets will receive the new Patrol Nismo, the Middle East will likely prove to be its most popular market.
Like the original Nissan Patrol Nismo that was introduced in 2015, as well as other Nismo models, the vehicle featured in this video sports a host of red accents to differentiate it from the regular Patrol. More specifically, we can see bespoke front and rear bumpers that give the 4×4 some added road presence.
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In addition, we can see that the 4×4 sports a spoiler stretching off from the roof, black pillars, a black front grille, and unique side skirts. It is also rolling on black and silver wheels that appear identical to the 22-inch Rays wheels of the 2015 model.
Engine details won’t be known until Nissan officially launches the vehicle but as the standard 2021 Patrol is available with the same 5.6-liter V8 as the pre-facelift model, there’s a good chance the updated Nismo variant will feature the same tuned version of this V8 as the older model. That could mean approximately 428 hp, more than enough to make the flagship Patrol feel quite brisk despite its size.
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