This Nissan GT-R hillclimb car will premiere at a South African event in May.
Electrification is almost certain, and Nissan admits there’s a chance the new GT-R will also drive itself.
You simply can’t deny the iconic status of an old Nissan Skyline GT-R, can you?.
With a different final drive, this heavily tuned GT-R might have been able to crack the 250 mph mark.
The Nissan GT-R50 will be capped to just 50 units worldwide with prices starting at $1.12 million.
The 2020 Nissan GT-R introduces iconic liveries and a more powerful Track edition.
The latest iteration of the NISMO GT-R retains its 600hp figure, but claims many other improvements.
This GT-R’s modified twin-turbo V6 enables the car to hit 150 mph in just 15 seconds.
Aside from the engine block, Nismo’s Heritage program is releasing a bunch of other parts.
Nissan will likely unveil new special editions of GT-R and 370Z in New York.
It can cost you up a whopping $3,941 per year to insure a 2019 Nissan GT-R.
The future of Nissan’s iconic sports cars might be electrified, but the company is still sorting out the details.