Based off the 370Z Roadster, this one-off fully-functional convertible snowmobile on snow treds is made of all stock parts, except for the 3.5-inch lift kit and the Dominator tracks on the rear-drive axle. The treads were repurposed from Nissan's Winter Warrior concept SUVs used at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show, and the 56-inch skis up front let the snowcarmobile to carve.
The 332-horsepower V-6 drivetrain had to be removed to set the custom-made lift kit, which included using the stock springs with 3-inch spacers. The only modification to the shell was a slight cut out in the front part of the rear wheel wells to accomdate the triangular treads. The exhaust system and brake lines had to be rerouted. Though it puts the fun in functional, it will most likely be scrapped after the auto show for liability issues.
It was towed around Chicago, despite a snow storm the Zki could have handled if not for the law, by Nissan Armada Snow Patrol, which has 35-inch wheels and a winch that can handle 12,000 pounds. The Armada can tow 8,500 pounds. The Snow Patrol version has a LED light bar on the roof rack to illuminate the stickiest situations. The Armada concept was built with aftermarket parts.