The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery

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  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
    A Super Spy scoop from a Japanese car magazine claims to have interesting new info about the next GT-R
    There will still be a 2-door, twin-turbo V-6 version of the GT-R, but alongside it, a completely different version is being developed
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
    Renderings from BestCar are already sketching the EV version of the GT-R
    In the past, the magazine has been surprisingly accurate with their renderings, case in point being the Toyota GR Yaris and GR Corolla
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
    This new EV could merge the Skyline and GT-R names back together
    Nissan has confirmed that it has plans for the Skyline name. In Japan, the Infiniti Q50, Q60, and QX30 get the Skyline moniker. A high-performance EV could expand the lineup
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
    It wouldn't be the first time a GT-R has 4 doors
    The original Skyline GT-R, from 1969, initially came as a 4-door sedan, before the 2-door coupe variant followed. In 1999, there was also an R33 Skyline GT-R Autech edition, which was based on the 4-door sedan version of the car
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
    Nissan could be playing dirty
    We know that the highly-anticipated Nissan Z and the Nissan Ariya are being delayed until the summer. Nissan could be using the chatter about a 4door GT-R EV to buy time, needed to sort out the disruption in distribution
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
    Nissan wants the 4-door GT-R to be the fastest EV around the Nurburgring
    Currently, the Tesla Model S Plaid holds that title. Nissan is, reportedly, aiming at the Porsche Taycan, and is even said to have bought one for development purposes. Nissan did something similar with a 997 Turbo when developing the R35 GT-R
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
    The Japanese issue could reveal more details on May 26, 2022
    The sneak peek reveals that something is, definitely, happening at Nissan. We know the GT-R will still have a twin-turbo V-6, but the talk of a 4-door EV version was something unexpected
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
    Swipe up for more details on what could be the first GT-R EV in history
    Similar to what Toyota is doing with the new Crown (turning it into a luxury SUV), Nissan is making a bold move, assuming the talks about a 4-door GT-R EV are true. Should Nissan make a 4-door GT-R EV?
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
  • The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense - gallery
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