The sports scene japanese remains latent, ready to live a good new youth. The new Honda NSX will soon be a reality, Mazda has hinted at the return of a new sports newspaper, and we are very aware of the alleged arrival of a successor to the Toyota Supra but… what happens with the Nissan GT-R?
What we expected for 2017, but Richard Emery, ceo of Nissan Australia, suggests that it is not in the most immediate of the brand:
Currently, the Nissan GT-R with 550 horses, part from the 107.750 euros
We have spoken on numerous occasions of the arrival of the successor of the Nissan GT-R R35, a successor to the now we get new details from Australia the hand of Motoring.
In a conversation with the above-mentioned means, Richard Emery, general director of Nissan Australia, would have signaled an “honest ” in the company or even talk about it” for later to point out that we will not see it in years to come.
it had Previously been pointed out even by 2017 as a possible year of debut to the time that pointed to a possible mechanical hybrid. Since then the Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo, the protagonist of the images that accompany this article, well seems to determine the way forward in terms of mechanical and stylistic concerns.
Recall that the prototype presented by Nissan for the video game Gran Turismo has a mechanical V6 biturbo which is in line with three electric motors, achieves a performance of 800 horses.