Next-Generation Nissan GT-R Rendered
Scheduled to be unveiled in 2015 and go on sale for the 2016 model year, the next-generation GT-R is shrouded in mystery, with very few details up for grabs - one strong rumor that surfaced after Nissan filed a trademark for the “R-Hybrid” moniker is that the new vehicle could use a hybrid powertrain.
Other than that, we know next to nothing, but we can assume we’ll be getting an more powerful and faster GT-R two years from now. The vehicle’s design is also a well kept secret, but renderings that started to surface the Internet suggest an evolutionary styling.
The latest renderings come from Top Speed and present a GT-R wearing a lower hood, boomerang headlamps, carbon fiber nose, a slim hood scoop. Round the back, the supercar was envisioned with two different set of taillights. One that’s clearly linked to the current design, and one that drops the rounded lamps fitted to the GT-R since the R32 model.
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Story via TopSpeed
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