New Nissan GT-R R36 could feature Le Mans-derived hybrid V6. The styling should be inspired by Vision Gran Turismo Concept & is expected to hit UK roads before 2020. The model could cost significantly more than the outgoing model, but the sleek design would be worth it.
Nissan soon will cut the current-generation ” GT-R R35″ and introduce a brand new R36 model. Thought to be powered by a Le Mans-derived twin-turbo V6, rumors suggest it’ll feature hybrid tech to offer improved efficiency and hypercar-quick 0-62mph sprint times.
Nissan isn’t expected to reveal a new GT-R before 2018 and we may have to wait until 2020 before we see it in dealerships. The new hybrid system could add a significant chunk to the asking price, however, potentially pushing entry-level cars close to the £100,000 mark. That said, it’ll still probably be cheaper than rivals from Porsche and Lamborghini.
Keep watch for this car, as you could be seeing them on roads in the next couple years.