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Nissan unveils a new limited edition for the GT-R Nismo

Godzilla continues its long career!

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Introduced in 2007, the Nissan GT-R R35 is enjoying an exceptionally long career in the automotive world. If the arrival of the replacement is already scheduled for 2022, the current model, which is 14 years old, is still not ready to leave the scene. Today, the Japanese brand is presenting yet another special series for the Nismo version.

The sports car has been given a new and exclusive colour called Stealth Grey. The car is also lighter with an exposed carbon fibre bonnet and new black 20-inch forged aluminium wheels with red edging. The latter is also found all around the coupe.

The rear end is virtually unchanged from the classic GT-R Nismo. The most observant will have noticed the presence of the new Nissan logo that appeared for the first time on the Ariya electric SUV. The cabin is also unchanged, with no significant modifications.

The Brembo carbon ceramic brakes will ensure excellent braking performance. Under the bonnet, the mechanics also remain the same. It's still a 3.8-litre V6 developing 600 PS and 652 Nm of torque. All power is sent to all four wheels via a 6-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

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Comments (12)

  • There will come a time when Nissan can’t justify the price of continuously adding special edition cars to the GTR line up

      1 month ago
    • They are aware of that because the replacement is coming very soon...

        1 month ago
    • Oh interesting! I wasn’t aware of that 👍

        1 month ago
  • So, is the R36 or R37 gonna be like the GT-R50 X concept?

      1 month ago
  • If it's not a GT3 road car then it sucks.

      1 month ago
  • Definitely getting long in the tooth. Time for a fresh sheet design. So ... they are! Should be interesting to see how they follow up on the R35.

      1 month ago
    • All that I’m worried about is that it’s going to be electric

        1 month ago
    • The main reason why it was so popular was because of its performance, not the engine. If it were to go electric, it could dominate the drag strip once again for all we know. And if easy electric tuning comes along, we could have even faster...

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        1 month ago