Nissan GT-R News

  • 2014 Nissan GT-R (Japanese spec)

    Once the perserve of the Japanese domestic market and the occasional videogame, the Nissan GT-R has subsequently become a performance icon. In its current iteration, it produces 545-horsepower from a 3.8-liter, twin-turbocharged V-6. 60 mph arrives in around three seconds and de-restricted it'll do almost 200 mph. And... err... it isn't very green... But the next model may change that to some degree, according to Motor Trend (via our sister site, Motor Authority). The next-generation car is rumored to use one of two different hybrid drivetrains, currently undergoing evaluation by Nissan's...

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    Report: Next-Gen Nissan GT-R May Go Electric To Remain Viable

    The development and launch of the current R35 Nissan GT-R was an epic achievement for the Japanese automaker. After all, Nissan was able design and engineer a sports car capable of outperforming exotic supercars with pricetags twice as high or more, as well as make it seat four adults in relative...

  • 2010 Nissan GT-R
    Nissan GT-R Chief Engineer Says Alternative Powerplant Possible

    The development and launch of the R35 Nissan GT-R was an epic achievement for the Japanese automaker. After all, Nissan was able design and engineer a sports car capable of outperforming exotic supercars with pricetags twice as high or more, as well as make it seat four adults in relative comfort...

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    Radical SRZero Electric Supercar To Endure 16,000 Mile Roadtrip

    If you think driving an electric sports car across the country is ambitious, wait till you hear what Radical Sportscars is planning. The UK-based company announced the creation of the Imperial College London’s Racing Green Endurance team today and concurrently unveiled their SRZero supercar...

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    Rumormill: Next Gen Nissan GT-R Going Hybrid (Godzilla Goes Green)

    According to a report in Best Car magazine out of Japan, the next generation Nissan GT-R will come with a hybrid powertrain. A 160 hp electric motor and a 440 hp gas engine will team up for a combined 600 hp. That's a number truly deserving of the car's nickname: Godzilla. The current generation...

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