Nissan will be bringing its Tube chassis car for the US market to market this spring, the company said in a press release.
This will be the first tube chassis production vehicle for Nissan.
The car will be available as a kit for $2,700, the price of a kit kit.
The Nissan S model will feature a fully carbon fiber chassis, with the rear wing, wheels, and tires mounted on carbon fiber.
The S model is Nissan’s first tube-powered vehicle, but the company’s next-generation S concept car is also expected to be carbon fiber and aluminum.
The first Tube chassis was first introduced in the mid-1990s, and is currently one of the most popular electric vehicles in the world.
The tube chassis is designed to be able to achieve the most efficient range of any electric vehicle on the road, with electric range typically exceeding 30 miles.
The first tube car to be made available to the public in the United States is the Nissan Rogue, which has an electric range of more than 90 miles.
Nissan is also planning to release a production version of the Tube chassis next year.