Article by: Steven Allen.
The Nissan GT-R is probably the most notable sports car that Nissan have produced, followed with the Nissan 350 & 370z, with the current version of the Nissan GT-R being introduced back in 2007 at the Tokyo Motor Show and slowly making it's way to the U.S and European markets several months after it was first revealed.
Although it has gone through many changes in it's lifetime, with the latest being the GT-R50 designed by Italdesign, the GT-R is still pretty much the same car underneath as it always has been and is due a much needed visual and mechanical overhaul to keep up with ever-changing times.
According to Automotive News, it won't be long until be see a new GT-R model for the flagship sports car with the company in the process of a massive lineup revamp in the U.S, which yes, includes the Nissan GT-R.
Reports from Nissan are that they are currently working on the GT-R re-design, which could come out in 2023, with the new version aimed at being performance-oriented around a Hybrid powertrain with a kinetic energy recovery system, interesting.
This is all the news we currently know regarding the Nissan GT-R, with progress still being in the early stages. Once we know more, we will be sure to let you know!