The new Nissan Pulsar SSS Heritage Edition has been officially launched at the Mount Panorama circuit in Australia. The vehicle was developed to celebrate 30 years since George Fury reached pole position at the Bathurst 1000 race track with the Nissan Bluebird Turbo.
The Pulsar Heritage Edition features distinctive Nissan branding and red and blue racing stripes. It will be available with Polar White or Brilliant Silver exterior paint. The hot hatch will also be offered with special interior badging, unique floor mats and a Nissan Motorsport heritage team shirt.
The Nissan Pulsar SSS Heritage Edition is powered by an inline-four 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol engine pumping out 188 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque coupled to a standard six-speed manual transmission or an optional Xtronic automatic CVT.
The company will build the Pulsar SSS Heritage Edition in a limited run of 40 units. The version using manual transmision is priced at $28,990 and the Xtronic variant costs $31,631.
The Nissan Pulsar SSS Heritage Edition should go on sale a few days from now.