With the new generation of the Nissan S-class, Nissan has unveiled its latest Formula One car – the Daredevil.
This is the first time that a Formula One-spec chassis has been offered as a stand-alone product, and it’s designed to help boost Nissan’s competitiveness in the car industry.
The Daredevil’s chassis features a range of aerodynamic modifications, including carbon fibre, titanium, carbon fibre and carbon fibre-reinforced polymer (CFRP) in the nose, and carbon-fibre and carbon fibres in the wings.
It’s also fitted with carbon-ceramic brakes, a carbon fibre monocoque chassis and a carbon-finish chassis and carbon chassis, in addition to a lightweight aluminium wing.
The chassis has also been fitted with a special Michelin Pilot Super Sport carbon monocoq tyre.
A lot of attention has been paid to the D-spec body of the car, with the body designed to offer optimum comfort and handling, while also providing maximum grip.
The interior is also fitted in a number of unique ways.
The D-class has been given its own unique look, with an open-plan layout, with only a handful of seats available.
The interior features a choice of Alcantara-wrapped seats and a leather-wrapping interior, along with a range to choose from.
The seats are positioned in an innovative fashion, with a full height adjustment and adjustable backrest.
The seat back is fitted with adjustable padding to reduce the risk of sliding, and has a sliding tray with adjustable seat belts.
The driver’s area is equipped with a dedicated cockpit, with adjustable headrests and a centre console, as well as a separate power door, and a retractable door handle.
The cabin is fitted in Alcantar fabric, with integrated carbon fibre in the dashboard and a number in the seats.
It also features a retractible leather steering wheel, and is powered by a petrol engine.
There’s also a rear seat, which can be folded down to the driver’s side and has two additional seats, as standard.
The rear seat has two adjustable head rest, which fold down, and two additional adjustable head rests, which have retractable armrests.
The seatbacks are all Alcanta fabric, along the entire length of the cabin, and feature the driver-adjustable arm rest, and are powered by the same petrol engine as the passenger’s seatbacks.
All of this makes for a truly special experience, with all of the standard elements that a car needs in order to be competitive.
There’s no carbon-bodied body, which means that the chassis is fitted completely with carbon fibre instead of the usual aluminium, carbon or carbon-coated components.
This means that all of these elements have been designed with a focus on comfort and efficiency.
For this reason, the D1-spec D-series is fitted out in a standard carbon-framed chassis, which is available in a variety of body styles, from the basic black and white as well a carbon/black interior, to the premium colour black.
The body has been optimised for the type of aerodynamics that the D2-spec has.
This chassis has all of those elements and more.
The car’s chassis is designed to be able to take the pressure of the high-speed track and deliver incredible performance, but it’s also very well suited to be driven off-road.
There are many different options available to the owner, from carbon-reactive surfaces, to carbon-painted and carbon fiber body panels, to high-strength carbon fiber wheels.
There are also plenty of options to offer the owner when it comes to tuning the chassis.
This includes the option of an aftermarket exhaust system.
This can be installed using either the factory or aftermarket suspension.
The factory option will add a very large amount of weight to the chassis, and will need to be tuned in order for it to be stable on the track.
This will require a large amount on the tyres, with Michelin’s Prodrive Pirelli tyres, which are rated at 250kg/500lb.
The Michelin Prodrive Pro4 tyres are the same tyres used by the Lotus Esprit, which the D3-spec uses.
For the D4-spec, Michelin has upgraded the tyres to Prodrive’s Pirellis, which use the same rubber as those used in the Prodrive F1 tyres, and Michelin is also offering the D5-spec with Pirello tyres, in a much more lightweight carbon-carbon design.
There is also an option of the new D6-spec tyre, which Michelin claims can increase the weight by up to 50kg/110lb.
The chassis is also equipped with an after-market fuel pump