Next-gen Nissan GT-R to be previewed by a car concept

Aug 04, 2018 | Same topic: Newest & coolest car concepts
Nissan wants to build the next-gen Nissan GT-R to be the fastest car in its segment.

Nissan has aroused curiosity of its potential clients and car enthusiasts when it will a concept version of the next-gen Nissan GT-R.

The existing GT-R launched in 2007 was previewed by two car concepts including the Nissan GT-R Concept and the Nissan GT-R Proto. The former was surprisingly introduced at the Tokyo Motor Show 2001 while the latter arrived at the Tokyo Motor Show 2005. And now, the next-gen GT-R’s introduction is expected to be similar with the two aforementioned .

Nissan GT-R angular front

The on-going GT-R was launched in 2007 and was previewed by two car concepts

Nissan GT-R front view

And now, the next-gen GT-R’s introduction is expected to be similar with the aforementioned two

The Senior VP (Global Design) of Nissan - Mr. Alfonso Albaisa just gave only one word when being asked about the possibility of a new concept for the GT-R’s successor - “Naturally.” He also revealed that the new GT-R is not involved in the limited edition GT-R50.

Nissan GT-R interior

The final design of the next-gen Nissan GT-R hasn’t been completed yet

Nissan GT-R engine

The current GT-R is powered by a 3.8L twin-turbo VR38DETT V6 petrol engine

According to the latest car news, the final design of the next-gen Nissan GT-R hasn’t been completed yet. It is said to get a very muscular look like the on-going model with a new platform.

As reported, the Japanese car manufacturer wants to build the next-gen GT-R to be the fastest car in its segment. The current Nissan GT-R is powered by a 3.8L twin-turbo VR38DETT V6 petrol engine which is capable of cranking out 562 hp and 637 Nm of torque. Meanwhile, the Godzilla’s NISMO version gets an improved engine with an output of 592 hp and 652 Nm of torque.

It is predicted that the all-new Nissan GT-R will make its official debut in the early next decade.

Nissan GT-R angular rear

The all-new Nissan GT-RGT-R will make its official debut in the early next decade

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