Nissan GT-R successor targeted for 2018
Originally, Nissan wanted to debut the new model in 2015, but postponed development when chief engineer Kazutoshi Mizuno left the company due to health concerns. Mizuno has now returned, and work has gotten underway once again. What will the new machine bring to the table? Nissan isn't saying a word beyond the fact that the company is keeping a keen eye on the upcoming Acura NSX. That may mean the 2018 GT-R will show up wielding a battery pack. Stay tuned.
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