Nissan Z Enters Rocket League

So this one is for the gamers out there. Specifically everyone who enjoys Rocket League. I know I do. Nissan USA has partnered with Rocket League and they're introducing the new Nissan Z as a playable car which is really great. You can see it here with the phase plan livery. I think that's going to be an option in the game.

If there's anyone in our audience who wants to challenge PASMAG staff at Rocket League, please come at me, bro.

As seen on PASMAG's Tuning 365 (Season 3 Episode 4) on REV TV

Additional footage by Rocket League

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