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Nissan officials says current GT-R still has room for improvement

By Faiming_low on 28 Sep 2015 in New technology, Other News

Attached Image According to Top Gear, Nissan officials have been quoted saying that they believe their supercar-crushing GT-R still has room for further development. Since the launch of the R35 GT-R eight years ago, the car has been awing hundreds of petrolheads around the world with its ability to punch well above its weight and we believe the car has since achieved a legendary status.
So where will the current car go from here? Nissan’s head of product planning, Phillipe Klein, offered some insights, stating that 'the car must remain competitive and relevant compared' with the latest era of supercars. He also said that the 'GT-R is a halo model for us, which is not only contributing to the business but also to the image of the company.'

Guess what, we are already looking forward to the next faster variant! A Nur spec or Vspec Nismo GT-R perhaps? Hmmmm.... 

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mycarjunkie Oct 03 2015 03:37 AM
GTR got to move on. Just a Nur Spec or Vspec, only? The world has moved on, 8-years is too long. Time for major revamp Nissan!
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