production specifications Tokyo Motor Show 2007 saw the debut of the Nissan GT-R. Since then, the manufacturer has made various adjustments to the coupe, such as increasing the power output, but the fundamental design has mostly not changed. The 2024 version of the vehicle, which initially went on sale in 2007, will now be unveiled on January 12 at 8:00 PM EST at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Nissan's YouTube channel will broadcast the presentation from Nissan's main stage at Makuhari Messe, where Ashwani Gupta, the company's chief operating officer, and Takashi Kawaguchi, its chief vehicle engineer, will introduce the vehicle. A presentation participant is Ashwani Gupta. Takashi Kawaguchi, chief vehicle engineer, will also talk about the new model.
From what Nissan has teased so far, it doesn't appear like the company plans to release something as extreme as a next-generation GT-R. Nissan unveiled the 2023 GT-R in the US in October 2022. The business didn't provide a 2022 model for sale in the US. Instead, the 2021 MY vehicle was offered up to the beginning of 2022. The GT-R received its most recent genuinely significant modification in 2016 when it received a facelift for the 2017 model year that included new bumpers, an interior overhaul, and greater power from the VR38DETT V6 engine. Nissan skipped the 2022 model year, however for the 2023 model year, the car was re-released in North America. It presently costs $113,540 in the United States and produces 565 horsepower and 633 Nm.
According to a rumor, Nissan intends to produce a GT-R Final Edition with more than 700 horsepower, similar to the GT-R50 by Italdesign. The carmaker would cap production at a maximum of 20 vehicles.