There's no denying the fact that one of the main highlights of the Nissan Patrol is its massive 5.6-liter naturally-aspirated V8. While its closest rival the Toyota Land Cruiser decided to downsize to a 3.3-liter twin-turbo diesel V6, Nissan still believes there's no replacement for displacement, especially since it cranks out 405 PS and 560 Nm of torque.
But German tuner Manhart believes they can extract more horses from the already powerful Nissan Patrol. With the help of a supercharger, the Patrol's 5.6-liter V8 now produces 650 PS along with a meaty 600 Nm of torque. This equates to an increase of 245 PS and an extra 40 Nm of pulling power. Complementing the supercharged V8 is a full cat-back exhaust system with a sport-catalytic converter. Power is then sent to all four wheels via a 7-speed automatic transmission.
In true Manhart fashion, the customized Nissan Patrol gets the now-familiar black and gold livery. But in order to further amp up its looks, it gets special 24-inch Y-spoke forged alloy wheels along with a lowered ride height for a more aggressive stance.
Not forgetting about the interior, Manhart also spruced up the cabin by applying the same black and gold livery found on the exterior. In addition, the seats are covered in both leather and Alcantara for that extra premium look and feel.
Want to get one? Manhart is now accepting orders for the supercharged Nissan Patrol. However, they are only currently accepting orders for vehicles sold in the United Arab Emirates. If you were looking to upgrade your Patrol to produce more power, perhaps Manhart's idea of a supercharger upgrade will help with that.