By 1971, Nissan's 240Z had proven itself as a stylish, capable, affordable sports car and was a success for the company. That same year, Nissan prepped a 240Z for the Eas Africa Rally, which it won. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the win and the return of the East Africa Rally to the WRC calendar, Nissan's European division created a Juke that pays homage to the original winner. The livery is nearly identical, with a red and black colorway and vintage Shell decals. Nissan added larger offroad tires, fender flares, and two full-size spares where the windshield glass would be, along with a modified rear diffuser and exhaust exit. Nissan didn't mention whether a version would reach production.