Friday, April 19, 2024

Media: Nissan Says Goodbye to GT-R Next Week

Rumors currently circulating in the Japanese media are that Nissan is getting ready for a GT-R farewell. And that production is subject to a very heavy restriction.

The Nissan GT-R is now a 17-year-old car. The first examples left the factory in Japan in December 2007.

So the pension fashion can safely be called the iconic model. That is, when you think about the general life cycle of car models. A facelift – next, please!

This has far from been the case with the GT-R, which has been refreshed to a greater or lesser extent several times over the years.

But now it should be over. This is written by Japanese Mag X.

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The media cites 'inside sources', who again believe they know that the 2025 model year will be the very last. Even in a very limited number, and that Nissan should be ready to tell about it as early as next week.

Specifically, Thursday 15 March. Here Nissan, say the sources cited by Mag X, will make it clear to the outside world that there are only 1,500 GT-R seats left on the assembly line, which is partially driven by hand. At least when we talk about the model's 3.8-liter V6 engine with twin turbos.

Of the 1,500 cars, 300 will be so-called Nismo models. But it remains unclear whether all of the cars are 'Japan only' – ie JDM – or whether the last cars will be sold around the world.

That said, the death of the GT-R has been rumored more than once. On the other hand, Nissan has also done nothing to put down the rumours.

On the contrary, the Japanese have already shown a bid for a replacement. Well, only in concept form. But there are many indications that the GT-R lives on. If nothing else, at least spiritually in a new model with 1,340 horsepower… maybe! Read more about it here .

Read more news from and about Nissan right here!

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