To me that kind of looks like a tuner shop, or aftermarket parts supplier testing. Not really looks like any Nismo that Nissan would pump out. Maybe it's a "Forsberg" of Japan trying out some stuff before one of their events
Could the aftermarket wheels be the reason for it being that close to the ground?At first glance I see full carbon front fenders. That seems a little much for what nismo has done with the Z in the past. Also it's considerably lower and the NISMO cars even the GTR dont look much lower than the regular versions. This looks tuner to be as well. Need more pics especially the front to get a feel for what this is
Probably a fully custom-made drive. Just a wild guess. lol. Not sure about the track either. Hard to say with such a short clip. Let's hope someone else add their input on this.Also see something around the exhaust area. Impossible to tell from the low resolution but a larger cut out on the right side? I wouldn't think its a single exit exhaust but something is going on there
what track is this is at?
Wheels don't really change the ride height unless u make dramatic size jumps like trucks. Most of the time with cars especially the overall diameter or the old and new wheel/tire setup is pretty closeCould the aftermarket wheels be the reason for it being that close to the ground?