Nissan GT-R spied at Goodwood
According to Frank, the GT-R had a distinctly muscular sound about it, even with the slight muffling provided by the turbos. The camo, concealing both the front fascia and rear end, was particularly thin, allowing observers to imagine the finished product.
We'll be on hand in Tokyo when the next generation GT-R is unveiled, but in the meantime, check out the pictures in the gallery below and follow this link to see a larger static shot that gives a great view of the GT-R's seven spoke rolling stock.
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