The 2012 Nissan GT-R has been caught undisguised for the first time! And what makes these spy shots even better is that there were three different versions present to be caught on film! On hand for our viewing pleasure was a GT-R in the new Aurora Flare Blue Pearl exterior color, one in White, and one in Black. The 2012 GT-R will not be revealed at the Paris Auto Show, but there will be a small number of VIPs that will have the chance to see the car for the first time. They may be getting a closer look at the new sports car, but we can take comfort in knowing that we were at least able to take a look at the new beast without any of that horrible camouflage. Now it will only be a matter of time before details start spilling out.

What we do know so far on the 2012 Nissan GT-R is that it will get a restyled front bumper that improves the GT-R’s aerodynamic performance from 0.272 to 0.268, a redesigned rear diffuser, LED driving lights/daytime running lights integrated into the front fascia, new suspensions, brakes, wheels, and tires.

Under the hood there will be a new twin turbo V6 engine, that is rumored to deliver more than 500 HP and and 448 lb-ft of torque. Stay with us for more official details!


Source: Gagtroc

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  (808) posted on 11.26.2010

The grill is cleaner than the current GT-R, and is a minor but still appreciable improvement.

  (544) posted on 11.15.2010

I’m glad they are going to rework those front fascia side smooth gills.

  (798) posted on 11.4.2010

It’s better looking than squashed beetle that some people call Porsche...

  (387) posted on 10.28.2010

I love the GTR but I laugh whenever people say it is the bargain of the century. You all should go have a read on the North American GTR owners club and look at the operating costs of these cars we’re talking Ferrari/Porsche territory when it comes to maintenance.

  (518) posted on 10.15.2010

If Voltran had a car, it would be this

  (461) posted on 10.3.2010

Think you meant to ask: have the owners stopped doing 6k launches and then crying when Nissan wouldn’t pay to fix their transmissions

  (1211) posted on 10.1.2010

If those gills in the bumper aren’t functional, then I don’t want them

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