About two weeks ago, rumors arose that Nissan would be offering just one generation for the GT-R, with no plans for a new model. However, today, the company has revealed a video that proves the contrary.

When talking about the race version of the GT-R, Chief GT-R engineer Kazutoshi Mizuno stated: "After the debut in 2007, this vehicle has been evolving year after year. By changing it to a racing specification to be implemented in the future, no matter what kind of super high performance feature or a new version is developed in the next five years, the durability and reliability in varying conditions can be verified in this race. I would like to make a promise that all this will be reflected in future GT-R."

That just proves that the newest rumors about the Nissan GTR aren’t something to toss out like yesterday’s garbage. Check out the video to see for yourself. Of course, in the process, you will also get a ton of information surrounding history of the GTR since its launch in 2007.


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  (342) posted on 08.24.2012

So it’s final. Nissan already confirmed the action plan for the GT-R. I hope they can keep us updated throughout the project.

  (328) posted on 08.22.2012

Wow, that is one of the great news I’ve heard this week. When will they start this project?

  (517) posted on 08.22.2012

You surely expect Nissan will make an innovative car after a long time of resting from producing good vehicles.

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