1997 Sports Sedan Race
Sports sedan race from the '97 Gold Coast Indy. The race was called Tranzam
so I think some Kiwis came over for it.
PPG Gearbox - Darren Hossack 2010 AUDI A4 at Mallala
Australian driver Darren Hossack navigates through the field at Mallala
Raceway in May 2010 for round 2 of the Australian Sports Sedan
Championships. Hossack's Audi A4 features a 750HP 6L Chev engine and PPG
gearbox which helped propel Hossack to outright victory.
1989 Sports Sedan R1 Pukekohe
1989 Hansells Sun Valley New Zealand Sports Sedan Series Race 1 at
Pukekohe. V8 and V6 powered RX7s, Huxfords V8 Capri, Volvo 360, Corvette
and much more. Classic footage of some old and well known Sports Sedan
Torana SS @ Morgan Park
Torana at the Australian Supersprint Championship at Morgan Park Raceway,
QLD. Best lap is the second lap of this vid, 1min 27.6 secs. Finished
second in Improved Production over 3000cc.
Chris Donnelly Ford Falcon EB Sports Sedan - Race 1 Phillip Island November 2009 Island Magic
Chris Donnelly Ford Falcon EB Sports Sedan - Race 1 Phillip Island November
2009 Island Magic. Started 18th after a wet Qualifying on Slicks, had a
good, clean race with the Victorian competitors Neil Bryson, Ian Rice and
was catching McGuinness's Calibra. Finished 10th. These were my only two
dry race laps all weekend! Race finished under Safety Car. No better
feeling than a full throttle run down the Straight at Phillip Island!!
Rx7 Sports Sedan Race Car, 700HP 20b Turbo Rotary @ Phillip Island 2013, Race 3
Race 3, Round 4 of the Kerrick Sports Sedan Series, part of the Shannons
National Motor Racing Championships. In car footage from Bruce Banks'
We won the round and also are now leading the championships coming into the
last round, Sandown, November 15-17. Check out www.facebook.com/banksrx7
O'Brien Aluminium Sports Sedans 1996
Trans Tasman Truck Series O'Brien Aluminium Sports Sedans 1996. This is
Race 3 of Round 1 at Oran Park, which is as usual, a reverse grid race.
Nissan Sport Sedan Concept 2014 aro 21 FWD 3.5 V6 300 cv
The Nissan Sport Sedan Concept, a design study with a particular emphasis
on next-generation design and sporty style, was created to embody the
essence of a true sports sedan - that rare execution of 4-door sedan with
the aura of a real sports car. It previews a future production vehicle
intended for owners with a passion for cutting-edge design and driving
"The Sport Sedan Concept shows a new, highly emotional and energetic design
direction that takes Nissan's legendary approach of applying sports car
principles to a sedan to the next level," said Nissan Senior Vice President
and Chief Creative Officer Shiro Nakamura. "The Sport Sedan Concept
captures that essence with bold and exciting sports car design and
Next-Generation Nissan Design Language
The Nissan Sport Sedan Concept joins a trio of advanced concepts that share
signature design aspects that will be adapted to all future Nissans. Along
with the Nissan Resonance and Friend-ME concepts that were introduced in
2013, the Sport Sedan Concept shares the new V-Motion front aspect,
"floating" roof and boomerang-shaped headlights and taillights.
As demonstrated by the three diverse concepts, these distinctive design
cues will be incorporated into a range of body types from sedans to
"Our new design direction mirrors the strength, power and capabilities of
the engineering and innovation that serves as the foundation of every
Nissan vehicle," said Nakamura. "Nissan is a brand for people seeking bold
and passionate experiences, and who are willing to make choices outside of
traditional boundaries. That's why Nissan is committed to breaking new
ground in automotive design, as expressed in the stunning new Sport Sedan
The exterior of the Nissan Sport Sedan Concept is marked by low, wide
proportions, with a lowered hoodline and reduced ground clearance compared
to traditional sedans - elements that would be right at home in a sports
The "V-Motion" movement of the front end flows from the dramatic chromed
grille up through the hood. The front of the Sport Sedan Concept also
incorporates the large LED boomerang headlights, a deeply scooped front
fascia and wide, sloped windshield.
The profile of the vehicle is equally powerful, with its dynamic bodyside
lines adding a strong sculptural feel and connecting the wheels and tires -
which are pushed out to the four corners.
There is a projection of motion, even when the vehicle is standing still.
The Nissan Sport Sedan Concept rides on custom 21-inch aluminum-alloy
wheels mounted with low-profile 275/30R21 tires.
The distinctive silhouette blends smoothly into the rear design, which is
capped by the high deck, large chrome trunk accent and wide, deeply scooped
rear fascia. As in the front, the boomerang rear combination lights
accentuate the centered feeling and push outward to edges.
The unique "floating" roof adds a sense of openness and lightness in
contrast to traditional sedans' heavy cabin appearance.
"The innovative roofline, which is also prevalent on Resonance and
Friend-ME, makes it seem as if there are no pillars at all, enhancing the
sense of athleticism and sportiness," said Nakamura. "The roofline also
contributes to the Sport Sedan Concept's class-leading stance, which
balances the look of the substantial lower body and a streamlined cabin."
The final exterior touch is the unique "Strad Amber" paint that was
inspired by the craftsmanship and rich finish of noted classic violins -
instruments capable of producing vibrant intensity at times and at other
times a soft stillness. The elaborate candy color paint finish is achieved
through application of an orange-amber topcoat over a base of gold paint,
creating a distinctive depth and bespoke richness.
The Sport Sedan Concept's interior also offers cues to future production
designs. Premium materials are found throughout, with the use of
diamond-shaped graphics on the quilted seats, stitching and panels
enhancing the sense of dynamic motion. Rather than traditional flat
surfacing, the diamond treatment adds three-dimensionality. The edgy and
geometric look was inspired by modern furniture, apparel and accessories.
The interior also features high-contrast colors and facet metallic accents.
All these aspects finely express Nissan's individual authenticity and
The front-wheel drive Nissan Sport Sedan Concept is powered by a 300-plus
3.5-liter V6 engine backed by a sport-tuned Xtronic CVT® and features an
innovative suspension layout with performance dampers.
The Nissan Sport Sedan Concept was created by Nissan Design America in San
Diego, California and developed at the Nissan Global Design Center in
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